Hegel's Idea of Philosophy

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In his Introduction to the History of Philosophy, Hegel undertook to say what philosophy is; that it can be said to have a history. He treated philosophy as an organic unity, a process, to which philosophers down through the ages have made contributions. Thus in Hegel's view, the history of philosophy is inseparable from doing philosophy, and philosophy can be done only historically. Hegel engaged in a critique both of "philosophies" and of the ways of treating philosophy's history. The author's analysis, combined with his ...

Hegel's Idea of Philosophy 1983, Fordham University Press, New York

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Hegel's Idea of Philosophy 1983, Turtleback Books

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Hegel's Idea of Philosophy 1980, Fordham University Press, New York

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Hegel's Idea of Philosophy 1971, Fordham University Press

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