Document Type

Article

Publication Date

Fall 2010

Source Publication

Idealistic Studies

Source ISSN

0046-8541

Abstract

Hegel indicates toward the end of his Phenomenology of Spirit that there would be a parallelism in the categories of his later system to the various configurations of consciousness in the Phenomenology. Some general correspondences have been indicated by Otto Pöggeler and suggested by Robert Grant McRae, but I argue in this paper that there are at least four important and more specific parallels, bringing out simultaneously a similarity of content and a difference of approach and methodology in the two works: 1) in the philosophical construal of “categories”; 2) in the conceptualization of a “phenomenology”; 3) in the analysis of the dialectical relationship of religion and art; and 4) in the relationship of the history of philosophy to the Absolute.

Comments

Accepted version. Idealistic Studies, Vol. 40, No. 3 (Fall 2010). Publisher Link. © Philosophy Documentation Center 2010. Used with permission.