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Review-Does History Make Sense?: Hegel on the Historical Shapes of Justice

Anna Katsman reviews Terry Pinkard’s Does History Make Sense?: Hegel on the Historical Shapes of Justice, published by Harvard University Press (2017). Article available through the Philosophy Documentation Center, here. Anna Katsman, review of Does History Make Sense?: Hegel on the Historical Shapes of Justice, by Terry Pinkard, Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 39:1 (2018), pp. 285-8.

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Multilayer History: Journeying on the Roads Not Taken: The Possessive Individual and Other Trajectories, by Massimiliano Tomba

Article available through Philosophy Documentation Center, here. Massimiliano Tomba is a professor in the Department of Political Science, Law, and International Studies at the University of Padua, and is currently a member of the Institute for Advanced Study. His latest monograph has been translated as Marx’s Temporalities (Brill, 2013). His previous books include La “Vera […]

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Review Essay—Review of Rocco Rubini’s The Other Renaissance, by Paul Kottman

Paul Kottman reviews Rocco Rubini’s The Other Renaissance: Italian Humanism between Hegel and Heidegger, published by University of Chicago Press (2014). Article available through Philosophy Documentation Center, here. Paul Kottman is Associate Professor of Comparative Literature at Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts and The New School for Social Research. He is the author of Disinheriting the Globe: Tragic […]

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What can we learn from a philosophy of nature today? — Karen Ng

In 1987, the GFPJ published a translation of Hegel’s Philosophical Dissertation on the Orbits of Planets, which he defended in Jena on his 31st birthday.* Still under the heavy influence of Schelling, this strange document represents Hegel’s earliest attempt to present a philosophy of nature. The very notion of a Naturphilosophie, which emerged at the […]

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REVIEW—Ludwig Siep’s Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit, trans. Daniel Smyth

Scott Shushan reviews Ludwig Siep’s Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit, trans. Daniel Smyth, published by Cambridge University Press (2014). Article available through Philosophy Documentation Center, here. Scott Shushan, review of Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit, by Ludwig Siep, trans. Daniel Smyth, Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 36:1 (2015), pp. 244–8.

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What’s So Special about GFPJ Special Issues? — James Dodd

GFPJ special, or dedicated issues are often the most interesting, for a number of reasons. They tend to be carried through with a robustness of purpose, and that from a long series of editors who—unlike many academic journals today—rarely if ever have been lacking in direction since the journal began in 1972. These special issues […]

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Actuality in Hegel’s Logic, by Béatrice Longuenesse

Article available through Philosophy Documentation Center, here. Béatrice Longuenesse, “Actuality in Hegel’s Logic,” trans. Wayne Waxman, Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 13:1 (1988), pp. 115–24.

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Hegel and the Formalization of Logic, by David Lachterman

Article available through Philosophy Documentation Center, here. David Lachterman, “Hegel and the Formalization of Logic,” in “Topics in the History and Philosophy of Science,” special issue, Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 12:1–2 (1987), pp. 153–235.

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Philosophical Dissertation on the Orbits of the Planets (1801), Preceded by the 12 Theses Defended on August 27, 1801, by G.W.F. Hegel

Article available through Philosophy Documentation Center, here. G.W.F. Hegel, “Philosophical Dissertation on the Orbits of the Planets (1801), Preceded by the 12 Theses Defended on August 27, 1801,” trans. Pierre Adler, in “Topics in the History and Philosophy of Science,” special issue, Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 12:1–2 (1987), pp. 269–309.

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I or He or It (The Thing) Which Thinks, by Slavoj Žižek

Article available through Philosophy Documentation Center, here. Slavoj Žižek, “I or He or It (The Thing) Which Thinks,” Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 16:2 (1993), pp. 303–27.

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