Before and After Hegel [Book Review]

The Owl of Minerva 27 (1):95-98 (1995)
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Abstract

As the title of this book implies, a historical perspective is taken in looking at the philosophy of Hegel. This is an attempt to better understand Hegel by reviewing the philosophic thought that was prevalent prior to his time, as well as looking at reaction to Hegel himself. In addition Rockmore does a brief overview of Hegel’s philosophy, including his four major works. The book has been divided into three sections: “Before Hegel,” “Hegel,” and “After Hegel.”

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