Frederick Charles Beiser is an American author and professor of philosophy at Syracuse He has since edited two Cambridge anthologies on Hegel, The Cambridge Companion to Hegel () and The Cambridge Companion to Hegel and. Buy Hegel (The Routledge Philosophers) 1 by Frederick Beiser (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on. Frederick Beiser’s Hegel ushers in a new series, ‘Routledge Philosophers.’ The list of contributing authors is a distinguished one, yet nobody.
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Hegel – Frederick C. Beiser – Google Books
During his tenure at Indiana, he spent time teaching at Yale University. He places Hegel in the historical context of nineteenth-century Germany whilst clarifying the deep insights and originality of Hegel’s philosophy. Beiser earned his DPhil.
Refresh and try again. I’ve wrestled with the Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit for a while now, with varying success, but this book’s crystal clear summary of his corpus is a breath of fresh air.
Routledge- Philosophy – pages. Account Options Sign in. The beoser also seems quite comprehensive, even including a chapter on Hegel’s aesthetics. Beiser has also written on the German Romantics and 19th century British philosophy.
He only mentions the Left Hegelians briefly at the end, and almost completely ignores the later French revival. I didn’t agree with all of Hegel’s speculations, but Beiser succeeds in making th Beiser’s book fulfills the aim of the Routledge series of providing contextually informed introductions to the great philosophers it does this better than the books on Kant and Schopenhauer.
Frederick C. Beiser
The subsequent chapters fill out this programme, with Beiser always grounding the grand speculations in the concerns of Hegel’s time. A masterpiece of clarity and scholarship, Hegel is both the ideal starting point for those coming to Hegel for the first time and essential reading for any student or scholar of nineteenth century philosophy. Hegel’s ideas about the perfect state are kind of amusing, but also interesting in the ways they prefigure social democrat policies.
Sep 01, arbuz rated it it was amazing Shelves: Hegel was much more interested in the “symbolical” world-view prior to the classical Ideal and in the “romantic” world-view devolving from it, and even with the Ideal he dwells on its internal contradictions. That gives a fair impression of the author’s briskly reconciling attitude. Westphal Limited preview – Thereby showing how many of the mythical claims about him that he was a proto-Fascist, that he misunderstood and regressed from Kant, that his system necessitates Beiser always writes exceptional introductions to German philosophy and this book on Hegel doesn’t disappoint.
However, the presentation was very clear and made a lot of sense.
He received a Guggenheim Fellowship for his research in and was awarded the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany in To ask other readers questions about Hegelplease sign up. The new book follows the series format: Published June 15th by Routledge first published April 19th A very short introduction by Peter Singer to familiarization other demensions of Hegel’s philosophy. The work won the Thomas J. Bbeiser is a good example of the philosopher as product of his time, and Beiser does an incredible job of explaining the contemporary issues he was responding to.
Again, while Beiser is right to mention Hegel’s debt to Romanticism, the reference to his “uncompromising classicism” is a canard: And other chapters are just as negel on ‘spirit,’ say, or on Hegel’s philosophy of religion, where Beiser manages to give a clear and balanced account of Hegel’s critique of salvational myth consistent with his ‘immanent’ conception of God and his qualified endorsement of Lutheranism in the Berlin context.
He is also one of the hardest philosophers to understand and his complex ideas, though rewarding, are often misunderstood. Beiser’s excellent study is itself a persuasive case for his way of writing commentary, namely part intellectual history, part exposition of bdiser arguments.
Feb 13, globulon rated it it was amazing Shelves: Part four turns to social and political philosophy, and part five concludes with the philosophy of history and Hegel’s aesthetics, plus a short epilogue on “the rise and fall of Hegelianism” ending inthis admittedly is to give Hegel’s legacy short shrift.
In this magisterial and lucid introduction, Frederick Beiser covers every major aspect of Hegel’s thought. A Philosophical Introduction to the Phenomenology of