Hegel was more explicit.
That source was not Hegel.
Hegel called this evolution “the dialectical process” (see dialectic).
For Klaus Vieweg, a philosopher at the university of Jena and author of another biography, Hegel: Philosopher of Freedom, it’s all a “disastrous” misunderstanding caused by numerous misreadings.
Adorno attacks Hegel from two directions.
In the modern period, Hegel maintains, the epic gives way to the novel (PKÄ, 207, 217).
Finally, in contrast to Kant, Hegel thinks that war is more than an engine of progress.
Wilhelm Dilthey was born in Biebrich on the Rhine in 1833, two years after Hegel had died.
Hegel also acknowledges that art can, indeed must, both fall short of and go beyond such ideal beauty.
…his Afsluttende uvidenskabelig Efterskrift (1846; Concluding Unscientific Postscript)—Kierkegaard waged a continuous polemic against the philosophy of Hegel.
Such virtues are found primarily in the world of mediaeval chivalry (and are subjected to ridicule, Hegel points out, in Cervantes’ Don Quixote) (Aesthetics, 1: 591–2; PKÄ, 150).
The book, Hegel: A Re-examination (1958) written in a clear style, was for decades a life raft for those graduate students who despaired of ever understanding Hegel in the raw.
The contemporary ramifications of the debate between Schelling and Hegel have been given new significance by the continuing elaboration of ‘non-metaphysical’ readings of Hegel by Robert Pippin and others.
Now, no one familiar with Hegel can escape the obvious comparison: we have in Peirce an essentially idealist theory that is similar to the idealism that Hegel puts forward in the Phaenomenologie des Geistes.
The answers one gives to such questions should, however, be offered with a degree of caution, for, sadly, there is no fully worked out philosophy of art by Hegel that was officially endorsed by Hegel himself.
Stirling is credited with bringing Hegel to the attention of British (and not just Scottish) philosophy for the first time, though a wit at the time remarked that if Stirling did know the secret of Hegel, he had kept it to himself!
The intellectual climate within which the young Marx worked was dominated by the influence of Hegel, and the reaction to Hegel by a group known as the Young Hegelians, who rejected what they regarded as the conservative implications of Hegel’s work.
Still, Heidegger nurtures the hope that (pace Hegel) the distinctive truth manifest in art could once again attain the kind of history-transforming importance that Hegel and Heidegger agree it had for the ancient Greeks but has lost in the modern world.
In 1841 Bruno Bauer, by then one of the recognized leaders of the Hegelian left, savagely parodied these criticisms in his anonymous and quickly banned work, Posaune des jüngsten Gerichts über Hegel, den Atheisten und Antichristen (1841; The Trumpet of the Last Judgement Against Hegel, the Atheist…
Despite these depressions, Findlay remained loyal from first to last to his favorite texts: the Timaeus of Plato, the Enneads of Plotinus, and the Logic of Hegel: “Plato for inventing the forms, Plotinus for relating them to an absolute, and Hegel for setting them all into dialectical motion” (Lecture at Baruch College, New York City, April 1976. unpublished).
- German philosopher whose three stage process of dialectical reasoning was adopted by Karl Marx (1770-1831)
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Despite these depressions Findlay remained loyal from first to last to his favorite texts the Timaeus of Plato the Enneads of Plotinus and the Logic of Hegel Plato for inventing the forms Plotinus for relating them to an absolute and Hegel for setting them all into dialectical motion Lecture at Baruch College New York City April 1976 unpublished