Hegel and the Tradition [Book Review]

The Owl of Minerva 32 (1):82-88 (2000)
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Hegel and the Tradition: Essays in Honour of H. S. Harris is certainly in the spirit of Hegel and Harris. The volume focuses on the theme of tradition, which unites the many different essays within a rich yet integrated whole. Contributing authors discuss a variety of Hegelian texts and topics. Their essays relate these issues to figures as diverse as Locke, Fichte, Hamann, Winckelmann, and Fries. Nonetheless, the editors and contributors leave no rough junctures showing. The volume provides a nearly perfect balance between new, interesting interpretations and a coherent, thematic tribute to Harris.



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