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Published: 16 February 2012

240 Pages


ISBN: 9780199860791

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Hegel's Naturalism

Mind, Nature, and the Final Ends of Life

Terry Pinkard

  • No book has treated Hegel's concept of being-at-one-with-oneself in this depth
  • No book has argued for Hegel as being an Aristotelian naturalist in this fashion.
  • The author advances the view that Hegel's conception of the nature of philosophy bears a passing similarity to that of Wittgenstein's, in that both think that the kinds of conceptual puzzles that animate philosophy are fundamentally irresolvable, even though Hegel argues for a much different social role for philosophy than does Wittgenstein.

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