For many years, scholars in German idealism have known that a number of the views of Hegel rife in the Anglo-Saxon world are highly inaccurate. The essays collected in The Hegel Myths and Legends disabuse students and nonspecialists of these misconceptions by exposing the myths for what they are.See Karl Marx, DasEhnd der Philosophie (Berlin: Dietz Verlag, 1957), summary of chap. ... (Stuttgart: Ernst Klett, 1961), 42ff.; John Findlay, The Philosophy of Hegel: An Introduction and Re-Examination (New York: Collier, 1962), 15ff. 3. ... Press, 1910), As4: aquot;The whole course of the dialectic forms one example of the dialectic rhythm, with Being as Thesis, essence as Antithesis and Notion as Synthesis.
|Title||:||Hegel Myths and Legends|
|Publisher||:||Northwestern University Press - 1996-05-13|