Essays on Hegel's Philosophy of Subjective Spirit

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The first English-language collection devoted to Hegel’s Philosophy of Subjective Spirit.

Although Hegel considered his philosophy of subjective spirit to be of particular importance, it has been the focus of little present-day scholarship, particularly in English. Recent editorial work associated with the publication of a new edition of Hegel’s Gesammelte Werke and the discovery and translation of a transcript of one of his lecture courses on the topic, however, have set the ...

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Overview

The first English-language collection devoted to Hegel’s Philosophy of Subjective Spirit.

Although Hegel considered his philosophy of subjective spirit to be of particular importance, it has been the focus of little present-day scholarship, particularly in English. Recent editorial work associated with the publication of a new edition of Hegel’s Gesammelte Werke and the discovery and translation of a transcript of one of his lecture courses on the topic, however, have set the stage for a fresh encounter with this fascinating and wide-ranging component of his thought. Taking up questions central to the philosophy of mind and body and to the philosophy of psychology, the Philosophy of Subjective Spirit includes discussions of feelings and emotions, consciousness, habit and free will, and rationality—as well as madness, dreams, and the paranormal. Situating Hegel’s philosophy on the topic in relation to the rest of his work, to his contemporaries, and to current philosophy of mind and psychology, this volume demonstrates its richness as a focus of study and paves the way for a new direction in Hegel scholarship.

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“…cursory remarks cannot do justice to the high level of scholarship and intellectual intricacy in these essays. This anthology shows how Hegel’s neglected philosophy of subjective spirit is extremely important not only for Hegel scholars but also to philosophers interested in exploring different philosophical approaches to what have come to be regarded as the standard philosophical problems.” — Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781438444444
  • Publisher: State University of New York Press
  • Publication date: 1/2/2014
  • Pages: 266
  • Product dimensions: 6.60 (w) x 9.90 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

David S. Stern is Professor of Philosophy at Hamline University.

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Table of Contents

References and Abbreviations

Editor’s Introduction
David S. Stern

Anthropology, Geist, and the Soul-Body Relation: The Systematic Beginning of Hegel’s Philosophy of Spirit
Angelica Nuzzo

Hegel’s Naturalism or Soul and Body in the Encyclopedia
Italo Testa

How the Dreaming Soul Became the Feeling Soul, between the 1827 and 1830 Editions of Hegel’s Philosophy of Subjective Spirit: Empirical Psychology and the Late Enlightenment
Jeffery Reid

The Dark Side of Subjective Spirit: Hegel on Mesmerism, Madness, and Ganglia
Glenn Alexander Magee

Hegel on the Emotions: Coordinating Form and Content
Jason J. Howard

Awakening to Madness and Habituation to Death in Hegel’s “Anthropology”
Nicholas Mowad

Awakening from Madness: The Relationship between Spirit and Nature in Light of Hegel’s Account of Madness
Mario Wenning

Between Nature and Spirit: Hegel’s Account of Habit
Simon Lumsden

The “Struggle for Recognition” and the Thematization of Intersubjectivity
Marina F. Bykova

Freedom as Correlation: Recognition and Self-Actualization in Hegel’s Philosophy of Spirit
Robert R. Williams

Hegel’s Linguistic Thought in the Philosophy of Subjective Spirit: Between Kant and the “Metacritics”
Jere O’Neill Surber

The Psychology of Will and the Deduction of Right: Rethinking Hegel’s Theory of Practical Intelligence
Richard Dien Winfield

The Relation of Mind to Nature: Two Paradigms
Philip T. Grier

Contributors
Index

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