Argumenta – Journal of Analytic Philosophy

Hegel’s Jagged Understanding of Self-Conscious Life [Special Issue]

Topics: Introduction
Keywords: Introduction to the Special Issue


The Hegelian studies have been recently improved and widened by an approach of analysis aimed at investigating the nature of the human self-conscious dispositions, which represent the core of the Hegel’s thought. In the past, analytical philosophy disregarded thinkers like Hegel and other German classical philosophers because of their frequent and very broad use of generalist notions like spirit, history, absolute knowledge and, obviously, absolute.


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