Originally published in 1971, this volume was created to commemorate the bicentenary of Hegel's birth in 1770. Thirteen essays are included from experts with diverse approaches, concentrating on the central issues of Hegel's political philosophy, and covering all of the major political works. These essays demonstrate the vitality of Hegel's philosophical perspective, engaging the reader and providing a way into the often difficult explication of his ideas. Whilst this is a commemorative edition, and the views put forward are broadly sympathetic, a critical distance is maintained, allowing for numerous fresh insights. Accessible and highly informative, this book will be of value to anyone with an interest in Hegelian thought and its political implications.
|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.59(d)|
Table of Contents
Preface; List of abbreviations; 1. The Hegelian conception of the state Z. A, Pelczynski; 2. History as the realization of freedom John Plamenatz; 3. Burke, Hegel, and the French Revolution J. -F. Suter; 4. Hegel's Phenomenology: an elegy for Hellas Judith N. Shklar; 5. The structure of Hegel's Philosophy of Right K. -H. Ilting; 6. The sources and significance of Hegel's corporate doctrine G. Heiman; 7. Nature and freedom in Hegel's Philosophy of Right Manfres Riedel; 8. Hegel's theory of punishment David E. Cooper; 9. Hegel's account of war D. P. Verne; 10. Principle and prejudice in Hegel's philosophy of history W. H. Walsh; 11. Perspectives in the Marxian critique of Hegel's political philosophy R. N. Berki; 12. The role of the individual in pre-revolutionary society: Stirner, Marx, and Hegel Eugène Fleischmann; 13. Hegel's political philosophy: some thoughts on its contemporary relevance Z. A, Pelczynski; Index.