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Hegel, Literature, and the Problem of Agency.

By: Contributor(s): Series: Modern European PhilosophyPublisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2001Copyright date: ©2001Description: 1 online resource (168 pages)Content type:
  • text
Media type:
  • computer
Carrier type:
  • online resource
ISBN:
  • 9780511154409
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Hegel, Literature, and the Problem of AgencyDDC classification:
  • 193
LOC classification:
  • B2929 .S62 2001
Online resources:
Contents:
Cover -- Half-title -- Series-title -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- INTRODUCTION -- 1. Hegel and Post-Kantian Philosophy -- 2. A New View of Agency -- 3. Narrativity, Normativity, and Hegel's Appeal to Literature -- 1 "HEGEL'S NOVEL": THE PHENOMENOLOGY OF SPIRIT AND THE PROBLEM OF PHILOSOPHICAL NARRATIVE -- 1. The PhG's Literary Turn -- 2. Accounting for the "Literary Turn": Narrative and the Project of the Phenomenology -- 2 TRAGEDY AND RETROSPECTIVITY: HEGEL'S ANTIGONE -- 1. From Moral Luck to Expressive Agency: The Origins of an Hegelian "Poetics" of Action -- 2. The Hegelian Antigone -- 3. From Tragic Action to Comic Theatricality -- 3 COMEDY AND THEATRICALITY: DESIRE, BILDUNG, AND THE SOCIALITY OF AGENTS' SELF-KNOWLEDGE -- 1. The Comic Agent -- 2. The Notion of Bildung and Its Importance to "Spirit" -- 3. Hegel's Rameau -- 4. Philosophy and the Task of Overcoming Theatricality -- 4 FORGIVENESS AND THE ROMANTIC NOVEL: CONTESTING THE BEAUTIFUL SOUL -- 1. From the Categorical Imperative to the Beautiful Soul: Kantian and Post-Kantian Attempts at Escaping Retrospectivity and… -- 2. The Contest of Conscientious Agent and Conscientious Judge -- 3. Jacobi's Woldemar and the Narrative Language of Forgiveness -- 4. Hegel and Jacobi -- 5. Hegel's Appropriation of Forgiveness: From the Reconciliation of Spirit to the Possibility of Modern Ethical Agency -- 5 FROM THE PHENOMENOLOGY TO THE PHILOSOPHY OF RIGHT: HEGEL'S CONCEPT OF THE WILL AND THE POSSIBILITY OF MODERN ETHICAL LIFE -- 1. Retrospectivity and Hegel's Concept of the Will -- 2. Reason, Desire, and Sociality: Hegel's Generative Account of the Will -- 3. Recognitive Identity and Reconciliation in the Institutions of Ethical Life -- 4. Farewell to Literature? The Use of Literary Modes in the Project of Modern Ethical Life -- SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY.
WORKS BY HEGEL -- 1. Collected Works -- 2. Individual Works -- 3. Letters -- OTHER WORKS CITED -- INDEX.
Summary: A study of Hegel's appeal to literature in the Phenomenology of Spirit.
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Cover -- Half-title -- Series-title -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- INTRODUCTION -- 1. Hegel and Post-Kantian Philosophy -- 2. A New View of Agency -- 3. Narrativity, Normativity, and Hegel's Appeal to Literature -- 1 "HEGEL'S NOVEL": THE PHENOMENOLOGY OF SPIRIT AND THE PROBLEM OF PHILOSOPHICAL NARRATIVE -- 1. The PhG's Literary Turn -- 2. Accounting for the "Literary Turn": Narrative and the Project of the Phenomenology -- 2 TRAGEDY AND RETROSPECTIVITY: HEGEL'S ANTIGONE -- 1. From Moral Luck to Expressive Agency: The Origins of an Hegelian "Poetics" of Action -- 2. The Hegelian Antigone -- 3. From Tragic Action to Comic Theatricality -- 3 COMEDY AND THEATRICALITY: DESIRE, BILDUNG, AND THE SOCIALITY OF AGENTS' SELF-KNOWLEDGE -- 1. The Comic Agent -- 2. The Notion of Bildung and Its Importance to "Spirit" -- 3. Hegel's Rameau -- 4. Philosophy and the Task of Overcoming Theatricality -- 4 FORGIVENESS AND THE ROMANTIC NOVEL: CONTESTING THE BEAUTIFUL SOUL -- 1. From the Categorical Imperative to the Beautiful Soul: Kantian and Post-Kantian Attempts at Escaping Retrospectivity and… -- 2. The Contest of Conscientious Agent and Conscientious Judge -- 3. Jacobi's Woldemar and the Narrative Language of Forgiveness -- 4. Hegel and Jacobi -- 5. Hegel's Appropriation of Forgiveness: From the Reconciliation of Spirit to the Possibility of Modern Ethical Agency -- 5 FROM THE PHENOMENOLOGY TO THE PHILOSOPHY OF RIGHT: HEGEL'S CONCEPT OF THE WILL AND THE POSSIBILITY OF MODERN ETHICAL LIFE -- 1. Retrospectivity and Hegel's Concept of the Will -- 2. Reason, Desire, and Sociality: Hegel's Generative Account of the Will -- 3. Recognitive Identity and Reconciliation in the Institutions of Ethical Life -- 4. Farewell to Literature? The Use of Literary Modes in the Project of Modern Ethical Life -- SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY.

WORKS BY HEGEL -- 1. Collected Works -- 2. Individual Works -- 3. Letters -- OTHER WORKS CITED -- INDEX.

A study of Hegel's appeal to literature in the Phenomenology of Spirit.

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