Presents 3 generations of German, French, and Anglo-American considering at the Hegelian narrative of hope, popularity, and alienation in existence, hard work, and language.
This e-book provides 3 generations of German, French, and Anglo-American pondering at the Hegelian narrative of hope, attractiveness, and alienation in existence, exertions, and language—a narrative that has been topic to vast observation in philosophy, literature, psychoanalysis, and feminist notion. The texts concentrate on a important topos in Western concept, the tale of self-consciousness woke up in nature and in historical past. John O’Neill argues that present postmodern rejections of the Hegelian-Marxist narrative call for an figuring out of the texts integrated the following. with no Hegel and Marx in our toolbox, he argues, we are going to flounder in a global marked by way of the break up among postmodern indifference and premodern passion.
The e-book makes a powerful choice from the heritage of Hegelian-Marxist debate, hermeneutical and demanding concept, and Freudian/Lacanian and feminist remark at the dialectic of hope and attractiveness, at the degrees of social psychology and political economic climate. incorporated are articles by means of Karl Marx, G. W. F. Hegel, Alexandre Kojève, Jean Hyppolite, Jean-Paul Sarte, Georg Lukács, Jürgen Habermas, Hans-Georg Gadamer, Howard Adelman, Shlomo Avineri, Jessica Benjamin, Edward S. Casey and J. Melvin Woody, Henry S. Harris, George Armstrong Kelly, Ludwig Siep, Judith N. Shklar, and Henry Sussman. The texts and commentaries exhibit how the Hegelian-Maxist narrative of wish, reputation, and alienation is a contested tale, one during which classification, race, and gender matters are drawn right into a historic romance that's being rewritten in modern cultural politics.
“For a person drawn to Hegel and Hegel’s effect on next Continental Philosophy it might be tough to think a extra attention-grabbing set of articles. many of the articles during this anthology are ‘classics.’ Its ebook will additional the research of Hegel considerably.” — Tony Smith, Iowa kingdom collage
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