The contributions are the one who wants to be called the Hegelian legacy in contemporary philosophy, which appears heritage as deep as ambiguous as the post-modern thought seems now having to deal with the character of own finitude of consciousness, just that character that Hegel has sometimes tried to absorb an irreducible metaphysical concept of the Absolute.

Recensione a: Dialetics, Self-consciousness, and Recognition. The Hegelian Legacy, Asger Sørensen, Morten Raffnsøe-Møller & Arne Grøn Eds., Malmö (Sweden), NSU Press, 2009, pp. 261

SANNA, GIAN LUCA
2011

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The contributions are the one who wants to be called the Hegelian legacy in contemporary philosophy, which appears heritage as deep as ambiguous as the post-modern thought seems now having to deal with the character of own finitude of consciousness, just that character that Hegel has sometimes tried to absorb an irreducible metaphysical concept of the Absolute.
Eredità hegeliana; Finitudine; Coscienza
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