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Hegel, Literature, and the Problem of Agency (Modern European Philosophy)

by Allen Speight

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Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Modern Western philosophy, c 1600 to the present,
  • Phèanomenologie des Geistes,
  • History & Surveys - General,
  • Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich,
  • Philosophy,
  • Phanomenologie des Geistes,
  • Literature,
  • History & Surveys - 19th Century,
  • Metaphysics,
  • Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich,--1770-1831.--Phèanomenologie des Geistes,
  • Philosophy / History, Criticism, Surveys,
  • Agent (Philosophy),
  • 1770-1831,
  • 1770-1831.,
  • Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich,

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages166
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7754371M
    ISBN 100521796342
    ISBN 109780521796347

    The Hegel here is concise, speaks through Nancy and in turns Nancy thus speaks for-himself, via the mediation of Hegel. This is the central lesson of Hegel, and if some of us have difficulty in digesting the Hegel in these pages, we must remember that in Hegelese, a writer is not just his work, but exactly includes all the re-works as part of 4/5(7). In addition to setting out the problem of free will as a problem generated by our commitment to the explicability of the world or the principle of sufficient reason, this chapter accomplishes two tasks. First, it explains why extant interpretations of Hegel's theory of agency that do not engage the causal structure of agency or the modern problem of free will necessarily fall short of.

    Title: The Unconscious Abyss: Hegel's Anticipation of Psychoanalysis Author: Mills, Jon Publisher: New York: SUNY Press, Reviewed By: Marilyn Nissim Sabat, Winter , pp. I: Preliminary. As one might expect, inasmuch as he holds a doctorate in philosophy and is a practicing analyst, and though his book is scholarly throughout, Jon Mills was motivated by more than academic. Book Review. Recognition or Decentred Agency? Philosophical Culture and its Discontents. Robert Sinnerbrink. Elliot L. Jurist, Beyond Hegel and Nietzsche: Philosophy, Culture, and Agency, Cambridge, The MIT Press, , ISBN: (available through Footprint Books in Australia). We Germans are Hegelians, even if there had never been any Hegel.

    Hegel, Literature and the Problem of Agency (Review). [REVIEW] Michael Baur - - Journal of the History of Philosophy 41 (1) details Hegel: Aesthetics in 19th Century Philosophy.   But Hegel is not in the canon, and is still widely stigmatized in analytic circles. For the last 30 years (since Charles Taylor's Hegel), there has been talk of a rapprochement between AP and Hegelian thought. But Hegel's entry into the Anglo-American canon made only halting progress.


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Hegel, Literature, and the Problem of Agency (Modern European Philosophy) by Allen Speight Download PDF EPUB FB2

Allen Speight argues that behind Hegel's extraordinary appeal to literature in the Phenomenology of Spirit lies a philosophical project concerned with understanding human agency in the modern world. It shows that Hegel looked to three literary genres--tragedy, comedy, and the romantic novel--as offering privileged access to three moments of human agency: retrospectivity, theatricality, and Reviews: 1.

Allen Speight argues that behind Hegel's extraordinary appeal to literature in the Phenomenology of Spirit lies a philosophical project concerned with understanding human agency in the modern world.

It shows that Hegel looked to three literary genres--tragedy, comedy, and the romantic novel--as offering privileged access to three moments of Cited by: The present book takes as its aim the uncovering of a certain narrative shape to Hegel's philosophy of agency.

Its concern, however, is not with the (unlikely) task of discussing “Hegel as literature, ” but rather with the sort of narrative Hegel thought required by his philosophical interests — in this narrow compass, the interest of an adequate philosophy of human agency. Hegel, Literature, and the Problem of Agency; Hegel, Literature, and the Problem of Agency.

Hegel, Literature, and the Problem of Agency. Get access. Buy the print book but none of the existing English-language books on the text addresses one of the most difficult questions the book raises: Why does the Phenomenology make such rich and Author: Allen Speight.

Hegel, Literature and the Problem of Agency (review) Article (PDF Available) in Journal of the History of Philosophy 41(1) January with 84 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Download Citation | Hegel, Literature and the Problem of Agency | Introduction 1.

'Hegel's novel': the Phenomenology of the Spirit and the problem of philosophical narrative 2. Tragedy and Author: Allen Speight. The present book takes as its aim the uncovering of a certain narrative shapeto Hegel’s philosophy of agency.

Its concern, however, is not with the (unlikely) task of discussing “Hegel as literature,” but rather with the sort of narrative Hegel thought required by his philosophicalinter.

PAGE #1: Hegel Literature And The Problem Of Agency Modern European Philosophy By Seiichi Morimura - it shows that hegel looked to three literary genres tragedy comedy and the romantic novel as offering privileged access to three moments of human agency retrospectivity.

Hegel, Literature, and the Problem of Agency. Allen Speight - - Cambridge University Press. Literacy, Authorship, and Belief in Medieval and Renaissance Europe. Hegel was the last of the great philosophical system builders of modern times.

His work, following upon that of Immanuel Kant, Johann Gottlieb Fichte, and Friedrich Schelling, thus marks the pinnacle of classical German philosophy.

As an absolute idealist inspired by Christian insights and grounded in his mastery of a fantastic fund of concrete knowledge, Hegel found a place for everything.

Get this from a library. Hegel, literature, and the problem of agency. [Allen Speight] -- "Allen Speight's contribution to the current debate on the work of Hegel argues that behind Hegel's extraordinary appeal to literature in the Phenomenology lies a philosophical project concerned with.

His important study will be valuable for all readers who are interested in Hegel's philosophy and in the modern problems of agency and freedom.

Reviews 'Reading this book, it is fascinating to see how Hegel`s practical philosophy can even in its speculative elements be translated into a philosophical language used in moral epistemology today. and Nietzsche 7 and Structure of the Book 8 part i. freedom in and through hegel’s philosophy 1 The Place of Freedom in Hegel’s Philosophy 15 Parts of Hegel’s System: Logic, Nature, Spirit 15 Logical Concept of Freedom 17 Philosophy of Spirit as an Account of Freedom 21 ure and Method of Part There are many insightful discussions of Hegel's practical philosophy that emphasize the uniqueness of his expressivist and social theory of agency, but few recognize that these two aspects of Hegel's theory of the will are insufficient to avoid the traditional problem of free will.

In fact, the problem can easily be shown to recur in the very language used to express why Hegel's theory is a. Sell, buy or rent Hegel, Literature, and the Problem of Agency (Modern European Philosophy)we buy used or new for best buyback price with FREE shipping and offer great deals for buyers.

Get this from a library. Hegel, literature and the problem of agency. [Allen Speight] -- "Allen Speight's contribution to the current debate on the work of Hegel argues that behind Hegel's extraordinary appeal to literature in the Phenomenology lies a philosophical project concerned with.

Allen Speight's Hegel, Literature, and the Problem of Agency (Cambridge, ) is an example MacDonald makes some (but not, I think, enough) use of; Patchen Markell's Bound by Recognition (Princeton, ) and Michelle Gellrich's Tragedy and Theory: The Problem of Conflict since Aristotle.

(Princeton, ) are two she does not mention but that are certainly relevant. This book is a translation of a classic work of modern social and political thought, Elements of the Philosophy of Right. Hegel's last major published work, is an attempt to systematize ethical theory, natural right, the philosophy of law, political theory and the sociology of the modern state into the framework of Hegel's philosophy of history.

Description: There are many insightful discussions of Hegel's practical philosophy that emphasize the uniqueness of his expressivist and social theory of agency, but few recognize that these two aspects of Hegel's theory of the will are insufficient to avoid the traditional problem of free will.

In fact, the problem can easily be shown to recur. Read this book on Questia. There are many insightful discussions of Hegel's practical philosophy that emphasize the uniqueness of his expressivist and social theory of agency, but few recognize that these two aspects of Hegel's theory of the will are insufficient to avoid the traditional problem of free will.

Buy Freedom and Reflection: Hegel and the Logic of Agency by Christopher Yeomans (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.Sarah Wasserman specializes in American literature from to today, with an emphasis on post and contemporary fiction.

Her research and teaching interests include material culture studies, literary theory, urban studies, popular culture, and digital humanities. 1 This paper is a modified version of an article entitled Tragedy and Ethical Agency in Hegel’s The Spirit of Christianity and its Fate, published in Philosophy & Theology.