An Introduction to Hegel Freedom Truth and History Kindle

An Introduction to Hegel Freedom Truth and History Kindle


6 thoughts on “An Introduction to Hegel Freedom Truth and History

  1. Hoodlum Hoodlum says:

    Amazing secondary for Hegel in general — though I would have liked him to cover some of the authentically Hegelian atheist interpretations of Christianity such as Altizer or Zizek


  2. Josh Josh says:

    An accessible and reasonably thorough introduction to Hegel's thought Of course an introduction shaped by Houlgate's own interpretations of Hegel's thought that I didn't always agree with but nonetheless respectable for its breadth and accessibility Not particularly illuminating for those already acuainted with Hegel but I'd still recommend it for those in the early stages of reading him


  3. Arjun Ravichandran Arjun Ravichandran says:

    Much much better introduction to Hegel than Charles Taylor's book It is a rarity ; an introduction to one of the most formidable thinkers in history that presupposes no prior knowledge from the reader and is actually written well in accessible language The author seems inclined to a slightly Christian interpretation of Hegel ; but this doesn't hamper his project of imparting the essence of what Hegel is trying to say about truth reality and history to a novice who is not yet prepared to read the philosophers' works in the original


  4. Giovanni Generoso Giovanni Generoso says:

    A fantastic introduction to Hegelian thought by Houlgate an author who undoubtedly thinks very highly of Hegel himself and is extremely well versed in his philosophy and its implications throughout the 19th and 20th centuries as well as today I found the first few chapters and the last chapter on Christianity to be the most helpful


  5. Brian Leach Brian Leach says:

    clearest explication of hegels thought that i have ever encountered it was a relevatory experience allowing me to grasp Hegel on firm ground at last and begin to comprehend his ideas


  6. Nathan "N.R." Gaddis Nathan "N.R." Gaddis says:

    This looks like a really well done introduction to Hegel


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An Introduction to Hegel Freedom Truth and History ❮Ebook❯ ➡ An Introduction to Hegel Freedom Truth and History Author Stephen Houlgate – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk This classic introduction to one of the most influential modern thinkers GWF Hegel 1770 1831 has been made even comprehensive through the addition of four new chapters New edition of a classic introdu This classic introduction to to Hegel eBook ↠ one of the most influential modern thinkers GWF Hegel has been made even comprehensive through the addition of four new chapters New edition of a classic introduction to Hegel Enables students to engage with many aspects of Hegel's philosophy Covers the whole range of Hegel's mature thought Relates Hegel's ideas to other thinkers such as Luther Descartes and Kant Offers a distinctive and challenging interpretation of Hegel's work.

  • Paperback
  • 314 pages
  • An Introduction to Hegel Freedom Truth and History
  • Stephen Houlgate
  • English
  • 28 June 2014
  • 9780631230632

6 thoughts on “An Introduction to Hegel Freedom Truth and History

  1. Hoodlum Hoodlum says:

    Amazing secondary for Hegel in general — though I would have liked him to cover some of the authentically Hegelian atheist interpretations of Christianity such as Altizer or Zizek

  2. Josh Josh says:

    An accessible and reasonably thorough introduction to Hegel's thought Of course an introduction shaped by Houlgate's own interpretations of Hegel's thought that I didn't always agree with but nonetheless respectable for its breadth and accessibility Not particularly illuminating for those already acuainted with Hegel but I'd still recommend it for those in the early stages of reading him

  3. Arjun Ravichandran Arjun Ravichandran says:

    Much much better introduction to Hegel than Charles Taylor's book It is a rarity ; an introduction to one of the most formidable thinkers in history that presupposes no prior knowledge from the reader and is actually written well in accessible language The author seems inclined to a slightly Christian interpretation of Hegel ; but this doesn't hamper his project of imparting the essence of what Hegel is trying to say about truth reality and history to a novice who is not yet prepared to read the philosophers' works in the original

  4. Giovanni Generoso Giovanni Generoso says:

    A fantastic introduction to Hegelian thought by Houlgate an author who undoubtedly thinks very highly of Hegel himself and is extremely well versed in his philosophy and its implications throughout the 19th and 20th centuries as well as today I found the first few chapters and the last chapter on Christianity to be the most helpful

  5. Brian Leach Brian Leach says:

    clearest explication of hegels thought that i have ever encountered it was a relevatory experience allowing me to grasp Hegel on firm ground at last and begin to comprehend his ideas

  6. Nathan "N.R." Gaddis Nathan "N.R." Gaddis says:

    This looks like a really well done introduction to Hegel

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