Introduction to the Philosophy of History

Free Download Introduction to the Philosophy of History - by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel Leo Rauch - Introduction to the Philosophy of History, Introduction to the Philosophy of History An elegant and intelligent translation The text provides a perfect solution to the problem of how to introduce students to Hegel in a survey course in the history of Western philosophy Graham Parkes Free Download Introduction to the Philosophy of History - by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel Leo Rauch - Introduction to the Philosophy of History, Introduction to the Philosophy of History An elegant and intelligent translation The text provides a perfect solution to the problem of how to introduce students to Hegel in a survey course in the history of Western philosophy Graham Parkes

  • Title: Introduction to the Philosophy of History
  • Author: Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel Leo Rauch
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  • Page: 173
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Introduction to the Philosophy of History

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  • Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel Leo Rauch

    German philosopher and one of the founding figures of German Idealism Influenced by Kant s transcendental idealism and Rousseau s politics, Hegel formulated an elaborate system of historical development of ethics, government, and religion through the dialectical unfolding of the Absolute Hegel was one of the most well known historicist philosopher, and his thought presaged continental philosophy, including postmodernism His system was inverted into a materialist ideology by Karl Marx, originally a member of the Young Hegelian faction.



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  • This work is a pseudophilosophical theological enterprise The aim of pure old philosophy is to dispel, not to entangle in circuitous neologisms and dogmatic assertions Theodicy is the business of the church Hegel employs bad writing and labyrinthine grammar to sometimes say interesting things which are always contingent to a universal realization of his unsound systematizing.


  • The best thing I have to say about this work is that the Libravox audio version is a very relaxing read This was my bedtime story for several months, because the narration mixed with the simultaneously dry and obscure subject matter never failed to put me to sleep within 30 minutes which is fast for me, as I am somewhat of an insomniac.If you are hoping to gain a better grasp of Hegel s conceptions of dialectic, idealism, freedom, history, etc Well, the answers are in here Somewhere Sort of But [...]


  • So glad I didn t have to try to work my way through the entirety of this Germans tend to be super dense and convoluted from this timeanslations don t help Hegel s dialectical understanding of history, emphasizing the world history figure, divinity, and the political, was extremely influential.cting Marx a student of Hegel who obviously materialized his philosophy, attributing economics as the ultimate historical mechanism and even intellectuals involved in the French College of Sociology of the [...]


  • As estrelas v o principalmente pelo livro ter sido realmente uma introdu o, explicando de forma pormenorizada como a metodologia de Hegel Muitas coisas ficaram obscuras, mas mais por quest es de concordar ou n o com aquela l gica do que por n o ter entendido.


  • booooooo the posited existence of the objective will is diametrically opposed to the healthy expression of the subjective will booooooo


  • Este foi o meu primeiro contato com Hegel, escrito por ele mesmo, e a reputa o de sua escrita ser dif cil se confirmou para mim Este texto seria teoricamente mais f cil, uma vez que se refere introdu es ao seu curso de hist ria da filosofia De fato, alguns trechos o s o, e pode se aprender algo de sua vis o filos fica Particularmente, n o consigo aceitar bem seu conceito de Esp rito da raz o atuando ao longo da hist ria Para entender isso melhor, parece me fundamental recorrer s suas obras mais [...]


  • An essential reading for a reader of Hegel, especially if one wishes to understand his Philosophy of the Right Hegel can unfortunately be bit thick and heavy of philosophical definitions and has a rather obtuse view of China and India, but if one does not place too much weight on his view of the East and studies the terms as they arise in this work, then there is quite a bit here that is extremely useful.This is compilation of lectures which can been placed into text format by former students Th [...]


  • This is my first time really reading Hegel I had tried the intro and preface to the Phenomenology, but I didn t get it This time, I think I get it The only part in this collection that I disliked was a brief thing about geography Feel free to skip it.Reading Marx s Grundrisse I ve been struck by how Hegelian it is, and I m excited to read The Philosophy of Right next year alongside Marx s Critique.Wouldn t it be amazing to somehow be a Hegelian without Marx or Kojeve or Derrida or anybody To rea [...]


  • I found this brief volume very helpful in understanding Hegel s positive, I believe contribution to historiography Specifically, Hegel qualifies historicism in subtle, but significant ways These qualifications may be overstated in Hegel himself, but provide a helpful way forward for Christian historians in particular Indeed, my own interest in Hegel is in his influence on Philip Schaff arguably the greatest Christian historian to date.


  • Hegel has a quite different and unique approach to philosophy of right Unlike a mason who sees the angle, and a carpenter who sees the balance, Hegel sees things from many perspectives and defines them in a form acceptable and arguable for everyone His book introduction to philosophy of history rights is everything one needs to know to walk into the discourses of rights, history, fallacy and logic.


  • There are some interesting debates that Hegel brings up here, readable in parts and difficult in others, obviously the lynch pin for the idea of the development of the state is his idea of the dialectal change that occurs when, according to Hegel it develops from the primitive to the modern.There is also some interesting debate around North and South America and some quite well founded predictions that he makes about America as a future world power.


  • Hegel really blows my mind, which I think is what he intended to do, and even if the system is really a bunch of bull shit, he s an incredible, incredible genius.I once asked a philosopher professor a question about this Introduction to which she stuttered for several moments and had no real answer every head in the classroom turned and looked at me, and I think it might be the proudest moment in my institutional education s history.


  • this is a very strange translation almost vulgar and in your face, and at the same time, full of mistakes one striking example was the use of the word morality instead of ethics if you re interested in reading the book, find a copy of the dover edition the dover translation is older but elegant.


  • There is something that is the best thing to start with if you are going to start trying to read Hegel This is it Repeat do NOT start trying to read Philosophy of Right, even if you have lots of secondary literature working on your side well, for me at least, that didn t end well but this, this is great.


  • Hegel says, everyone else doesn t know what they re talking about The world is reasonable, and there is a World Spirit guiding everything, so it doesn t really matter what individuals or countries do It ll all work out in the end Surprisingly well written for Hegel, to the point that I actually enjoyed reading it.


  • Although I would have greatly appreciated a in depth analysis of what it means to be a hero as well as some deeper argumentation for the assertion that World History is progressing towards the so called World Spirit I may have misunderstood him on that part though , this book is a fantastic intro to Hegel s thoughts.


  • Hegel makes my head hurt.At some points I think I actually understood it, and I think I had a philosophical breakthrough and really did understand it one night morning, but I m not entirely sure.It was interesting, though, I will say that even if I didn t fully understand everything.


  • It s the least complicated of Hegel s works and gives a decent introduction to his ideas in regard to his philosophy of history However, in some cases he simply doesn t explain the concepts he s talking about, referring readers to other works of his or just philosophy in general.



  • Tadi mau beli terjemahannya Tapi melihat ketebalannya dan waktu belakangan ini, pasti hanya akan bikin hegel kepala saya saja.Nanti deh dibeli dan dibaca





  • I discovered some delightful marginalia from my undergraduate days on page 19 Hegel, you are so full of shit My thoughts on his teleological notions about history remain the same to this day.


  • Most part is hardly understandable the understandable part is hardly interesting the interesting part is hardly convincing.


  • Reductive and inflated simultaneously no wonder Marx used him as his point of departure when developing his own philosophies and critiques of culture and economy.



  • I read this books as part of the University of King s College Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Foundation Year Program FYP and absolutely loved it.



  • Hegel s prose is often horribly unclear to the point of incoherency, he is very repetitive and his central argument is circular, eurocentric and idiotic.


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