Tag: Relation to Kant


  • Hegel im Kontext

    - Heinrich, Dieter. Hegel im Kontext, Frankfurt am Main, 1967
  • Hegel’s Ethical Thought

    - Wood, Allen. Hegel’s Ethical Thought, Cambridge, 1990
    Excerpt: 5. Does Hegel have an ethics? It is sometimes said, by Hegel’s sympathizers as well as his detractors, that Hegel’s system contains no “ethics” at all, that for Hegel moral philosophy is “dissolved in sociology” or… More
  • Between Kant and Hegel: Lectures on German Idealism

    - Heinrich, Dieter. Between Kant and Hegel: Lectures on German Idealism, ed. David S.  Pacini, 2003
    Excerpt: … Three of [Hegel’s philosophical period’s] contributions continue to have a bearing on the ways in which we think today. First, in Johann Gottlieb Fichte’s Science of Knowledge, the romatic theory of art and poetry… More