Document Type

Article

Language

eng

Format of Original

9 p.

Publication Date

2010

Publisher

Philosophy Documentation Center

Source Publication

Philosophy & Theology

Source ISSN

0890-2461

Original Item ID

doi: 10.5840/philtheol2010221/211

Abstract

Arguments from the nineteenth century concerning whether Hegel was an atheist or a theist are still ongoing. This paper examines Hegel’s philosophical and theological milieu, his influence on the history of philosophy and on politics, his unique interpretation of the unity of theology and philosophy, and his unusually sanguine interpretation of the relationship between church and state, along with special problems he discerned in the emergence of democracies.

Comments

Accepted version. Philosophy & Theology, Vol. 22, Nos. 1-2 (2010): 265-277. Publisher linkc. © 2010 Philosophy Documentation Center. Used with permission.

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