The philosophy of G.W.F. Hegel is certainly one of the richest and most complex philosophical endeavours in the history of Western thought. Hegelian scholars have either tried to make sense of its individual parts through detailed analyses, or to offer a comprehensive interpretation of the system as a whole. Attempts to combine these two approaches have often appealed to some key-concepts, such as historicity, recognition, dialectic, and Aufhebung, or to a combination of these concepts, in order to develop consistent interpretations of the different components of the system. This book lays the foundation for a similar interpretive project by focusing on Hegel's concept of recollection (Erinnerung). This collection of essays provides a detailed examination of the role played by recollection within the different spheres of the system, while at the same time acknowledging the specific character of its different instances. This undertaking is guided by the idea that the relationship between the different instances examined here constitutes a privileged key to the interpretation of Hegel's philosophy and allows a deeper understanding of some of its essential speculative moments.
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Valentina Ricci (1981) received her PhD in Philosophy from the University of Padua, Italy, in 2011, and is currently pursuing her second PhD at the University of California, Irvine. She specializes in German Idealism, with a focus on Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit, aesthetics, and theory of knowledge, and is currently working on a project involving political philosophy, philosophy of language, and women's studies. She has authored several articles and reviews on Hegel's philosophy. Federico Sanguinetti (1985) received his PhD from both the University of Padua and the University of Munster in 2013. He specializes in German Idealism and contemporary epistemology-particularly Hegel and McDowell-and has published several articles on Hegel and on topics related to his area of specialization.Review:
"All essays seem to stand in an ideal mutual continuity and the authors seem to have shared the same intents, so that the weave of this articulate discussion of "Erinnerung" does never appear fragmentary. One of the merits of this collection is that it offers, perhaps for the first time, an organic study of the whole of Hegel's reflections on the topic. There emerges a complex structure of "Erinnerung" that cannot be reduced to the mere psychological recollecting." -Professor Claudia Melica, Sapienza University of Rome, Hegel-Studien, 2015 "This volume is a comprehensive study of the concept of recollection in Hegel's works, stretching from the early Jugendschriften to the lecture cycles on the philosophy of history, the arts, religion and the history of philosophy. The individual contributions highlight the broader methodological role of recollection as interiorization/appropriation and its narrower meaning as representational memory in the Philosophy of Subjective Spirit. All contributions are expertly informed, analytically perceptive and refreshing in their interpretations. Reading them leaves no doubt about the centrality of recollection as interiorization for Hegel's entire philosophical project. An inspired and inspiring contribution to Hegel scholarship!" -Klaus Brinkmann, Boston University "The notion of Erinnerung in Hegel is key to his philosophy. The collection put out by Valentina Ricci and Federico Sanguinetti fills a gap in the literature by bringing together several essays by young scholars on a variety of issues in Hegel's philosophy, from logic and history to psychology, aesthetics and religion. It is a timely achievement that I trust will be acknowledged as important and fruitful and be met with gratitude by a wide audience of readers interested in Hegel and the history of philosophy." -Alfredo Ferrarin, University of Pisa "This excellent volume ... innovates the Hegelian scholarship from within its tradition. This group of young scholars carries out a thorough and extensive discussion of recollection, a category that traverses the whole of Hegel's works as a common thread. The challenging pages on the logic and on absolute knowing intertwine with the insights provided by poetry, religion, and history of philosophy. There emerges a framework including accurate discussions of Hegel's anthropology, phenomenology, and psychology, which provides a decisively original contribution to the field of Hegel studies." -Francesca Menegoni, University of Padua
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Descrizione libro Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Condizione libro: New. Brand New! Ships next business day!. Codice libro della libreria OFH-2990000489890
Descrizione libro Cambridge Scholars Pub, 2013. Hardcover. Condizione libro: Brand New. 1st unabridged edition. 235 pages. 8.25x6.00x0.75 inches. In Stock. Codice libro della libreria zk1443851647