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  Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel: Tutte le informazioni su Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel su Encyclopedia.it   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (Stoccarda 27 agosto 1770 - Berlino 14 novembre 1831) è stato uno dei massimi filosofi di tutti i tempi.
Seguì i corsi di filosofia e teologia all’Università di Tubinga (1788-1793), dove ebbe legami d'amicizia con Friedrich Schelling e Friedrich Hölderlin.
A Norimberga Hegel pubblicò la Scienza della logica, le cui due parti apparvero rispettivamente nel 1812 e nel 1816.
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 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
Hegel's thought is held by many to represent the summit of 19th Century Germany's movement of philosophical idealism; it was a profound influence on the historical materialism of Karl Marx.
Hegel attended the seminary at Tübingen with the epic poet Friedrich Hölderlin and the objective idealist philosopher Friedrich Schelling.
Hegel introduced a system for understanding the history of philosophy (and of the world itself) that is often called a "dialectic": a progression in which each successive moment emerges as a working-out of the self-contradictions inherent in the preceding moment.
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 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel [ˈgeːɔrk ˈvɪlhɛlm ˈfriːdrɪç ˈheːgəl] (August 27, 1770 – November 14, 1831) was a German philosopher born in Stuttgart, Württemberg, in present-day southwest Germany.
Hegel used his system of dialectics to explain the whole of the history of philosophy, science, art, politics and religion, but he has had many critics over the centuries.
This was due to: (a) the rediscovery and reevaluation of Hegel as a possible philosophical progenitor of Marxism by philosophically oriented Marxists; (b) a resurgence of the historical perspective that Hegel brought to everything; and (c) an increasing recognition of the importance of his dialectical method.
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 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (August 27, 1770 - November 14, 1831) was a German philosopher born in Stuttgart, Württemberg, in present-day southwest Germany.
Hegel attended the seminary at Tübingen with the epic poet Friedrich Hölderlin and the objective idealist Schelling.
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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Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (August 27, 1770 - November 14, 1831), a philosopher born in Stuttgart, Germany, received his education at Tübingen seminary, and became fascinated by the works of Spinoza, Kant, and Rousseau, and by the French Revolution.
Hegel used this system 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.
This view of Hegel as an apologist of state power and precursor of 20th-century totalitarianism was criticized thoroughly by Herbert Marcuse in his Reason and Revolution: Hegel and the Rise of Social Theory.
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 Boston Collaborative Encyclopedia of Western Theology: Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
Hegel was born on 27 August 1770 in Stuttgart as a son of a Württemberg official.
Hegel was a critic of his contemporary political situation, e.g., he approved of the aspirations for freedom exemplified in the French Revolution (1789), though he deplored the excesses of violence.
Hegel recommended that the doctrines of religion be grounded on universal reason, not just authority; that they be understandable by the general public; and that they not contain moral demands which are beyond their reach.
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 George Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel - Philosopher - Biography
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel was born on August 27, 1770 in Stuttgart.
Hegel's father wished him to be a clergyman, and from 1788 to 1793 he studied theology at the seminary at the University of Tübingen.
Hegel worked as an editor of a newspaper in Bamberg, then from 1808-1815 he was a philosophy teacher and the headmaster at a gymnasium in Nuremberg.
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 Hegel - MSN Encarta
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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 Malaspina Great Books - Georg Wilhelm Hegel (1770)
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel was born at Stuttgart in 1770; died at Berlin in 1831.
Hegel's philosophy of the State,; his theory of history,; and his account of absolute mind are the most interesting portions of his philosophy and the most easily understood.
Hegel teaches that the constitution is the collective spirit of the nation and that the government is the embodiment of that spirit.
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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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 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770-1831) - By Miles Hodges   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
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.
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 hegel.net - Illustrated Hegel Biography V. 1.07.06
Hegel was the oldest of their three children (four more children died short after their birth in 1771, 1774, 1777 and 1779).
Hegel was strongly opposed to both the reactionary faction (he remained an admirer of the French Revolution and its values all along his life) and the "democratic German movement", to which he opposed rationalism and philosophy, codification and institutions.
Hegel's familiarity with the facts of art (though not particularly deep or historical) gave a freshness to his lectures on aesthetics, which, as put together from the notes of 1820, 1823, 1826, are in many ways the most successful of his efforts to see reality in a speculative light.
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 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770-1831).
Hegel was another disciple of Kant; he was of the Idealist school.
The Hegelian view, arrived at by the dialectic method, was that there were fundamental laws which drove the development of a culture or a country; that a culture or a country has a kind of a personality of its own, and its development is to be explained in terms of its own character.
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.
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 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.
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 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel - Iridis Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Hegel's first and most important major work is the Phenomenology of Spirit (or Phenomenology of Mind).
Hegel introduced a system for understanding the history of philosophy and the world itself, often called a "[[ progression in which each successive movement emerges as a solution to the contradictions inherent in the preceding movement.
Besides Hegel's dense and unreadable style, another reason why his work is difficult for modern audiences is that he had an organic and teleological view of human society.
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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.
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 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel was a great German philosopher and a philosophical predecessor of the New England Transcendentalists.
Hegel has been written about as follows by Octavius Brooks Frothingham, the first historian of American Transcendentalism.
Hegel, too, was more formidable than Schelling: the latter was brilliant, dashing, imaginative, glowing; his ideas shone in the air, and were caught with little toil by enthusiastic minds.
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 Critical Theory: Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Hegel believed in an idealistic conception of history, whereby the spirit progresses through the process of a continual dialectic.
The goal of the dialectic is to arrive at the ultimate synthesis, which Hegel calls the absolute idea, at which point the spirit will have resolved the dialectic between the temporal and the eternal.
Hegel's major works include The Phenomenology of Spirit (1807), The Philosophy of History (1833), Outlines of the Phenomenology (1840), and Outlines of the Logic (1840).
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 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel - Gurupedia
Hegel used this system to explain the whole of the history of philosophy, science, art, politics and
Frederick William III, and that Hegel's idea of the ultimate goal of history is to reach a state approximating that of 1830s Prussia.
Young Hegelians and they interpreted Hegel in a revolutionary sense, leading to an advocation of atheism in religion and liberal democracy in politics.
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