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  Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hegel attended the seminary at Tübingen with the epic poet Friedrich Hölderlin and the objective idealist Friedrich Schelling.
Hegel used this classification only once, when discussing Kant: it was developed earlier by Fichte in his loosely analogous account of the relation between the individual subject and the world.
Hegel used this system of dialectics to explain the whole of the history of philosophy, science, art, politics and religion, but many modern critics point out that Hegel often seems to gloss over the realities of history in order to fit it into his dialectical mold.
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 HEGEL - LoveToKnow Article on HEGEL   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
For while Hegel, depending on a numerical proportion suggested by Plato, hinted in a single sentence that it might be a mistake to look for a planet between Mars and Jupiter, Giuseppe Piazzi (q.v.) had already discovered the first of the asteroids (Ceres) on the 1st of January 1801.
Hegel in his essay, which was republished at Stuttgart, supported the royal pro~ posals, and animadverted on the backwardness of the bureaucracy and the landed interests.
According to Hegel the terms in which thought exhibits itself are a system of their own, with laws and relations which reappear in a less obvious shape in the theories of nature and mind.
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 MSN Encarta - Hegel
Hegel was born in Stuttgart on August 27, 1770, the son of a revenue officer with the civil service.
Hegel's aim was to set forth a philosophical system so comprehensive that it would encompass the ideas of his predecessors and create a conceptual framework in terms of which both the past and future could be philosophically understood.
The highest religion for Hegel is Christianity, for in Christianity the truth that the Absolute manifests itself in the finite is symbolically reflected in the incarnation.
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 Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
Hegel’s absolute idealism envisaged a world-soul that develops out of, and is known through, the dialectical logic.
Hegel taught that religion moved from worship of nature through a series of stages to Christianity, where Christ represents the union of God and humanity, of spirit and matter.
Hegel has influenced many subsequent philosophies—post-Hegelian idealism, the existentialism of Kierkegaard and Sartre, the socialism of Marx and Lasalle, and the instrumentalism of Dewey.
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 Hegel Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
Hegel was born in Stuttgart on August 27, 1770, the son of Georg Ludwig Hegel, a revenue officer with the Duchy of Wurttemburg.
Hegel soon became thoroughly acquainted with the Greek and Roman classics while studying at the Stuttgart Gymnasium (preparatory school) and was familiar with German literature and science.
Hegel was 18 when the Bastille was stormed and the Republic declared in France and Hegel was an enthusiastic supporter of the Revolution, and participated in a support group formed in Tübingen.
www.marxists.org /reference/archive/hegel/help/hegelbio.htm   (1881 words)

  
 Georg Hegel (1770-1831)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
Hegel emerges as a conservative, but he should not be interpreted as sanctioning totalitarianism, for he also argued that the abridgment of freedom by any actual state is morally unacceptable.
Hegel's metaphysical idealism had a strong impact on 19th-century and early 20th-century British philosophy, notably that of Francis Herbert Bradley, and on such American philosophers as Josiah Royce, and on Italian philosophy through Benedetto Croce.
The extensive and diverse impact of Hegel's ideas on subsequent philosophy is evidence of the remarkable range and the extraordinary depth of his thought.
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 G. W. F. Hegel
Hegel's philosophy has engendered much controversy over the years such that one overarching summary of his work is very difficult to produce.
Early on in his work, Hegel's close connection to romantic trends in philosophy lead him to criticize the "positivity" of the orthodox religions of his era in order to urge a move toward a more romantic vision of religion--toward a "folk" sensibility relying less on dogma and abstract claims of church authorities.
Hegel explored the possibility that some individuals may "consent" to political power of some sort without fully coming to terms with the implications of this power or by holding feelings of resentment.
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 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
Hegel himself had been a supporter of progressive but non-revolutionary politics, but his followers divided into “left-” and “right-wing” factions; from out of the former circle, Karl Marx was to develop his own “scientific” approach to society and history which appropriated many Hegelian ideas into Marx's materialistic outlook.
Hegel's Science of Logic, the three constituent “books” of which appeared in 1812, 1813, and 1816 respectively, is a work that few contemporary logicians would recognise as a work of logic, but it is not meant as a treatise in formal (or “general”) logic.
Hegel's treatment of punishment also brings out the continuity of his way of conceiving of the structure and dynamics of the social world with that of Kant, as Kant too, in his Metaphysics of Morals had employed the idea of the state's punitive action as a negating of the original criminal act.
plato.stanford.edu /entries/hegel   (7685 words)

  
 The Philosophy of Georg W. F. Hegel
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (picture) was born in Stuttgart in 1770.
The primordial Being, as it is conceived by Hegel, is the poorest and simplest unity.
Hegel believed that he had found a confirmation of this dynamic development, in which nothing is nullified but everything is revaluated in a higher development, in the growth of our stable ego.
www.radicalacademy.com /philhegel.htm   (1606 words)

  
 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770-1831) - By Miles Hodges   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
Hegel was born and educated in Stuttgart in the classics and attended the University of Tübingen, studying philosophy and the classics in preparation for the ministry.
Hegel was deeply impressed with the fact that progress in bringing this ultimate reality to human understanding was through the study of this higher reality by many great minds over the centuries.
Hegel was particularly interested in the way in which the human vision of the Absolute came to be formulated or found representation in the particular cultural institutions of society--at various stages along the course of human history.
www.newgenevacenter.org /biography/hegel2.htm   (2194 words)

  
 Hegel: Philosophy and history as theology.
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel was born in Stuttgart in 1770, the son of a revenue officer.
Hegel seems to have had an ethnocentric and egocentric view of the culmination of this great process.
Hegel also had influence through the young philosophers who rebelled against his system, or developed it in ways that he would have disowned.
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 G.W.F. Hegel
Hegel's statism and Prussianism then live again as the means of instituting involuntary servitude and state ownership, all in the name of "progressive" politics.
One would think that treating Hegel in relation to Aristotle would only dignify and enlarge him as a major figure in the history of philosophy; but it would also serve to highlight just the issues of universality and individuality where the implications of Hegel's theory are the most terrifying.
Hegel stated the logic of this very starkly, that the thesis was an affirmation ("in itself"), the antithesis was the denial ("for itself"), and the synthesis the denial of the denial ("in and for itself").
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 Hegel's economics during the Jena period   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
It is certainly no accident that this section of Hegel’s papers has vanished without trace, of his immediate pupils there was not a single one who had even the slightest comprehension of economic problems, let alone of their importance in the evolution of Hegel’s system and methodology.
Hegel defines work in the System of Ethics in language reminiscent of Schelling’s, as is much in the first part of his in stay in Jena, as the ‘destruction of the object’, and indeed as its purposive destruction.
Since in that essay Hegel’s reflections concentrate on the possibility of realising the teaching of Jesus in society, it is natural that he should keep returning to the passage in the New Testament about the rich young man whom Jesus advised to dispose of his property to gain salvation.
www.marxists.org /archive/lukacs/works/youngheg/lukacs25.htm   (4176 words)

  
 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770-1831).
Hegel was another disciple of Kant; he was of the Idealist school.
Hegel also supported the idea that men are dissatisfied or so alienated in their practical life that they need to believe in illusory ideas such as religion or nationalism.
Marx followed Hegel, who had a deterministic view and that all events (economic stages) come about as a result of the inevitable progress of history.
www.blupete.com /Literature/Biographies/Philosophy/Hegel.htm   (966 words)

  
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In contrast, in Hegel's philosophy, it is the Spirit that, in and through Experience, organically unifies the various elements of reality in the process of development through articulating their relationships which both distinguish and relate of its element to each other to the unity at the same time.
To Hegel, it was his task to overcome and liberate philosophy from the tyranny of the liner, mechanical, efficient causality (with the reason of Enlightenment in reality) and rediscover the significance of teleology and the purposeful, meaningful developments in the nature of reality.
Hegel was trying to see reality and its principle by means of the synthesis of two different ideas: The one of the philosophy of identity (from Schelling) and this identical articulates itself in the process of history as the totality of inevitable self-expressions of the identical Spirit.
www.csudh.edu /phenom_studies/europ19/lect_4.html   (11005 words)

  
 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, 1770-1831
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, perhaps the greatest of the German idealist philosophers, was born at Stuttgart, August 27, 1770.
Hegel died during a cholera epidemic in 1831.
Hegel's philosophy is a rationalization of his early mysticism, stimulated by Christian theology.
www.historyguide.org /intellect/hegel.html   (485 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Books: Hegel: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel was born in Stuttgart in 1770.
He connects Hegel with modern convervatism and you can see where the current obsession in the US Bush admin could come from and there is also the traditional interpretations of Hegal "being stood on his head" as understood by Marx.
He explains that Hegel was not simply a lackey of the Prussian state in his speaking of how all human history came to its realization in it.
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 Island of Freedom - Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
Hegel was born in Stuttgart, Germany, the son of a government official.
Hegel claimed that "the real is rational and the rational real," which can be understood as an expression of the identity of reality and the rational process.
This view of history divided Hegel's followers into left- and right-wing camps, with leftists like Marx turning the dialectic of Spirit into the dialectic of economic conditions and rightists stressing the unity of the state and breathing new life into Protestantism.
www.island-of-freedom.com /HEGEL.HTM   (701 words)

  
 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel at PhilosophyClassics.com -- essays, resources   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
HEGEL, GEORG WILHELM FRIEDRICH (1770—1831), German philosopher, was born at Stuttgart on the 27th of August 1770.
Hegel's Ethical Defense of War -- Carpenter argues that Hegel's defence of war relates to the theory of ethical development which he advanced in the Philosophy of Right.
Hegel's Dialogue with Lesser Known Philosophers -- Hegel was in dialogue, Ferrer argues, with other lesser-known thinkers of his time, such as Hamann, Schelling, and Jacobi.
www.philosophyclassics.com /philosophers/Hegel   (1273 words)

  
 Hegel
Born in Stuttgart and educated in Tübingen, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel devoted his life wholly to academic pursuits, teaching at Jena, Nuremberg, Heidelberg, and Berlin.
There Hegel criticized the traditional epistemological distinction of objective from subjective and offered his own dialectical account of the development of consciousness from individual sensation through social concern with ethics and politics to the pure consciousness of the World-Spirit in art, religion, and philosophy.
Hegel's Theory of Mental Activity, by Willem A. deVries.
www.philosophypages.com /ph/hege.htm   (281 words)

  
 Hegel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
Hegel, G. Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich, 1770-1831, German philosopher.
Hegel's application of the dialectic to the concept of conflict of cultures stimulated historical analysis and, in the political arena, made him a hero to those working for a unified Germany.
He was a major influence on subsequent idealist thinkers and on such philosophers as Kierkegaard and Sartre; perhaps his most far-reaching effect was his influence on Karl Marx, who substituted materialism for idealism in his formulation of dialectical materialism.
www.cpm.ll.ehime-u.ac.jp /AkamacHomePage/Akamac_E-text_Links/Hegel.html   (616 words)

  
 Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
Un idiota español en el fin de la historia: Hegel, Kojève y el sujeto filosófico en crisis en Historia de un idiota contada por él mismo o el contenido de la felicidad de Félix de Azúa.
"Hegel and America" by Jose Ortega y Gasset.
Hegel's Art History and the Critique of Modernity and Art of the Modern Age: Philosophy of Art from Kant to Heidegger.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/H/Hegel-G1e.asp   (268 words)

  
 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"Self-consciousness exists in itself and for itself", dialectic, Hegel's System
Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 1987.
Works by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel at Project Gutenberg
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 Georg Wilhelm Hegel
The Cambridge Companion to Hegel (Cambridge Companions to Philosophy) by Frederick C. Beiser (Editor).
Few thinkers are more controversial in the history of philosophy than Hegel, dismissed as a charlatan and obscurantist as well as praised as one of modern philosophy's greatest thinkers.
This site includes information about the Hegel Society of America, advertisements for Hegel related conferences, information about the Owl of Minverva (our Hegel journal) and links to other Hegel related sites.
www.erraticimpact.com /~19thcentury/html/hegel.htm   (297 words)

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