Hegel on Philosophy in History
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Part I. Philosophy and History in Hegel: 1. Why does it matter for Hegel that Geist has a history? John McDowell; 2. Remarks on history, contingency, and necessity in Hegel's Science of Logic Sally Sedgwick; 3. Philosophy and the stream of cultural history Ludwig Siep; Part II. Aristotelian Master and Stoic Slave: 4. From epistemic incorporation to cognitive transformation Paul Redding; 5. Freedom, norms, and nature in Hegel: Self-Legislation or Self-Realization Robert Stern; 6. The form of self-consciousness Terry Pinkard; 7. Hegel on objects as subjects Rolf-Peter Horstmann; 8. The historical turn and late modernity Karl Ameriks; Part III. Hegel and After: 9. Autonomy and liberation: the historicity of freedom Christoph Menke; 10. Three, not two, concepts of liberty: a proposal to enlarge our moral self-understanding Axel Honneth; 11. 'Our amphibian problem': nature in history in Adorno's Hegelian Critique of Hegel Jay Bernstein; 12. Comedy between the ugly and the sublime Slavoj Zizek; 13. The Freudian sabbath Jonathan Lear; Bibliography.
This book investigates Hegel's historical conception of philosophy: as built upon and reviving prior views, and as speaking to its historical context.