The Resource The problem of nature in Hegel's final system, Wes Furlotte

The problem of nature in Hegel's final system, Wes Furlotte

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The problem of nature in Hegel's final system
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The problem of nature in Hegel's final system
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Wes Furlotte
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eng
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Wes Furlotte critically evaluates Hegel's philosophy of human freedom in terms of his often-disregarded conception of nature. In doing so, he gives us a new portrait of Hegel's final system that is surprisingly relevant for our contemporary world, connecting it with recent work in speculative realism and new materialism. Furlotte offers a sophisticated sense of the fundamental materialism permeating Hegel's concept of freedom and how the former serves as the inescapable precondition of subjectivity and social history. He also reveals how material nature and culture's reactions to it problematize human freedom--even threaten it with utter annihilation. This book forces us to reconsider accepted accounts of Hegel's system and to re-evaluate what Hegel, and German Idealism, might still offer us today. Key Features: A sophisticated account of the materialism at work in Hegel's final system and how it is both crucial to, and problematic for, his project of freedom. Offers a complex sense of how Hegel and German Idealism try to bridge the gap between material necessity and radical freedom which opened up in the wake of Kant's ground-breaking Critiques. Gives a distinct sense of the rich philosophical potential of Hegel and German Idealism for our contemporary world, particularly in terms of nature, subjectivity and freedom
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Furlotte, Wes
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index present
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B2949.N3
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non fiction
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  • bibliography
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New perspectives in ontology
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  • Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich
  • Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich
  • Philosophy of nature
  • PHILOSOPHY
  • HISTORY
  • Philosophy of nature
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The problem of nature in Hegel's final system, Wes Furlotte
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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rdacarrier
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Contents
Introduction: The Problem of a Philosophical Rendering of Nature and Hegel's Philosophy of the Real -- PART I 'Gleaming leprosy in the sky'. Chapter 1 The 'Non-Whole' of Hegelian Nature: Extrinsicality and the Problems of Sickness and Death; Chapter 2 The Instability of Space-Time and the Contingency of Necessity; Chapter 3 The Problem of Nature's Spurious Infinite within the Register of Animal Life; Chapter 4 Assimilation and the Problems of Sex, Violence, and Sickness unto Death -- PART II Spirit's Birth from within the Bio-Material World. Chapter 5 The Other Hegel: The Anthropology and Spirit's Birth from within the BioMaterial World; Chapter 6 Embodiment: Spirit, Material-Maternal Dependence, and the Problem of the in utero; Chapter 7 The Nightmare of Reason and Regression into the Night of the World; Chapter 8 Treatment as (re- )Habituation: From Psychopathology to (re- )Actualised Subjectivity -- PART III The Problem of Surplus Repressive Punishment. Chapter 9 An Introduction to the Problem of Surplus Repressive Punishment; Chapter 10 Abstract Right: Natural Immediacy within the Matrices of Personhood; Chapter 11 Crime, the Negation of Right, and the Problem of European Colonial Consciousness; Chapter 12 Surplus Repressive Punishment and Spirit's Regressive (de- )Actualisation -- Conclusion: Freedom within Two Natures, or, the Nature-Spirit Dialectic in the Final System
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9781474435550
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22573/ctv7j58kk
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  • (OCoLC)1043555414
  • (OCoLC)on1043555414
Label
The problem of nature in Hegel's final system, Wes Furlotte
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction: The Problem of a Philosophical Rendering of Nature and Hegel's Philosophy of the Real -- PART I 'Gleaming leprosy in the sky'. Chapter 1 The 'Non-Whole' of Hegelian Nature: Extrinsicality and the Problems of Sickness and Death; Chapter 2 The Instability of Space-Time and the Contingency of Necessity; Chapter 3 The Problem of Nature's Spurious Infinite within the Register of Animal Life; Chapter 4 Assimilation and the Problems of Sex, Violence, and Sickness unto Death -- PART II Spirit's Birth from within the Bio-Material World. Chapter 5 The Other Hegel: The Anthropology and Spirit's Birth from within the BioMaterial World; Chapter 6 Embodiment: Spirit, Material-Maternal Dependence, and the Problem of the in utero; Chapter 7 The Nightmare of Reason and Regression into the Night of the World; Chapter 8 Treatment as (re- )Habituation: From Psychopathology to (re- )Actualised Subjectivity -- PART III The Problem of Surplus Repressive Punishment. Chapter 9 An Introduction to the Problem of Surplus Repressive Punishment; Chapter 10 Abstract Right: Natural Immediacy within the Matrices of Personhood; Chapter 11 Crime, the Negation of Right, and the Problem of European Colonial Consciousness; Chapter 12 Surplus Repressive Punishment and Spirit's Regressive (de- )Actualisation -- Conclusion: Freedom within Two Natures, or, the Nature-Spirit Dialectic in the Final System
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
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unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781474435550
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
22573/ctv7j58kk
System control number
  • (OCoLC)1043555414
  • (OCoLC)on1043555414

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