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The Spinoza-Hegel paradox, a study of the choice between traditional idealism and systematic pluralism. Get this from a library! The Spinoza-Hegel paradox: a study of the choice between traditional idealism and systematic pluralism. [Henry Alonzo Myers]. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Table of Contents. Introduction: Between Hegel and Spinoza The Editors \ Section I: The Individual and Transindividuality between Ontology and Politics \ The Misunderstanding of the Mode. Spinoza in Hegel's Science of Logic () Vittorio Morfino \ "Desire is Man's Very Essence": Spinoza and Hegel as Philosophers of Transindividuality Jason Read \ The Problem of the Beginning Author: Hasana Sharp.
The Spinoza-Hegel paradox: a study of the choice between traditional idealism and systematic pluralism / by Henry Alonzo Myers Myers, Henry Alonzo, View online Borrow. Recentwork in political philosophy and the history of ideas presents Spinoza andHegel as the most powerful living alternatives to mainstream Enlightenmentthought. Yet, for many philosophers and political theorists today, one mustchoose between Hegel or Spinoza. As Deleuze's influential interpretationmaintains, Hegel exemplifies and promotes the modern "cults of death," whileSpinoza . The Los Angeles Review of Books is a (c)(3) nonprofit. book selections + tote + print quarterly journal + digital quarterly + reckless reader card. The Spinoza/Hegel . Hegel or Spinoza / Hegel or Spinoza is the first English-language translation of the modern classic Hegel ou Spinoza. Published in French in , it has been widely influential, particularly in the work of the philosophers Alain Badiou, Antonio Negri, and Gilles Deleuze.
(), J. G. Gray's Hegel's Hellenic Ideal (), and H. A. Myers' The Spinoza Hegel Paradox ()? The first is essentially a book on Marx; the second treats a good subject far too slightly; the third is of first class importance for the Rechtsphilo sophie; the fourth takes account of the fugendsdiriften; the fifth is an interesting essay. Spinoza-Hegel Paradox: A Study of the Choice Between Traditional Idealism and Systematic Pluralism: Henry A. Myers / The Spirit and Its Letter: Traces of Rhetoric in Hegel's Philosophy of Bildung: John H. Smith / Hardcover / Spirit in Ashes: Hegel, Heidegger and Man Made Mass Death: Edith Wyschogrod / Paperback / than it is through any other philosopher, not excepting Kant" (Spinoza-Hegel Paradox 44). In making this correct assertion, Myers mistakenly assumes that the philosophies of Hegel and Spinoza are close, if not basically identical. As a consequence, to anticipate the discussion in subsequent sections, he and others. Baruch de Spinoza or Benedictus de Spinoza (–) — as a highly controversial, influential and significant figure in the history of Western and Jewish thought — has been the subject of a vast amount of literature, including both philosophical and literary works in genres as diverse as fiction and nonfiction. His life and philosophy have long attracted the attention of.