Sunday, 10 December 2017

Wilhelm Dilthey on the content of Hegel's "objective idealism"

Dilthey's Life of Schleiermacher (1870).
This post is a summary with extensive direct citations of Wilhelm Dilthey's interpretation of Hegel's religious views in his Frankfurt period, which Dilthey regarded as decisive for Hegel's later development.

Tuesday, 29 August 2017

Wilhelm Dilthey on the origins of Hegel's "objective idealism"

Spanish edition of Wilhelm Dilthey's Works.

This blog summarizes Wilhelm Dilthey's account of the origins of the "objective idealist" or "mystical pantheist" views that he attributes to Hegel from around 1796. It includes discussion of the concept of "life" as the context of ratiocination. This sheds light on Hegel's early move from a reductive view of religion to the more empathetic account of Christian life in his published works.

Thursday, 20 July 2017

Wilhelm Dilthey on Hegel's "Grundfragment"

Hegels Theologische Jugendschriften (1907)

This post analyses a manuscript sketch by Hegel for his early essay The Spirit of Christianity and its Fate, based on the account Wilhelm Dilthey gives of it. The subjects covered include the origins of Christianity and some criticisms of Kant's philosophy.

Sunday, 2 July 2017

Wilhelm Dilthey's Hegel-scholarship

Wilhelm Dilthey (1833-1911)
This post comments on and summarizes the illuminating introduction to Hegel-scholar Wilhelm Dilthey's path-breaking book Die Jugendgeschichte Hegels [The History of Hegel’s Youth] (1905) in the French translation by Jean-Christophe Merle.

Sunday, 25 June 2017

Our new video channel

Here is the introduction video to our new video channel.

The channel features two playlists of Hegel-related material and we have a project underway on Hegel in Bern..

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Saturday, 11 March 2017

Hegel's Edition of Jean-Jacques Cart's Letters (Part Three)

Jean-Jacques Cart (1748-1813)
This post concludes our series on Hegel's German edition of Jean-Jacques Cart's Confidential Letters (French, 1793, German, 1798). Cart was a Swiss lawyer and political reformer and this annotated translation was Hegel's first publication.

Tuesday, 7 March 2017

Hegel's Edition of Jean-Jacques Cart's Letters (Part Two)

Jean-Jacques Cart (1748-1813)
This post continues our series on Hegel's German edition of Jean-Jacques Cart's Confidential Letters (French, 1793, German, 1798). Cart was a Swiss lawyer and political reformer and this annotated translation was Hegel's first publication.