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metadata.dc.title: No being, no singularity : Hegel’s critique of sense-certainty in the ,Phenomenology of Spirit‘
Authors: Schönecker, Dieter 
Institute: Fakultät I Philosophische Fakultät 
Free keywords: Hegel, Phänomenologie, Singularität
Dewey Decimal Classification: 100 Philosophie
Issue Date: 2004
Publish Date: 2016
Source: Arndt, Andreas (Hrsg.) ; Bal, Karol (Hrsg.) ; Ottmann, Henning (Hrsg.): Hegel-Jahrbuch 2004. Glaube und Wissen : Zweiter Teil. Berlin : Akademie-Verlag, 2004. - ISBN 3-05-004026-2, S. 191 - 196
It has always been a matter of great dispute what Hegel’s philosophy is about. There is not even an agreement on what he is driving at; we simply don’t know what he was talking about. To some he is a strict metaphysician with claims to ultimate justification and truth, to others he is more or less a cultural relativist. But almost all relevant books and papers discuss Hegel’s philosophy in general terms; very few have tried a detailed tme-to-the-text exegesis.
URN: urn:nbn:de:hbz:467-10373
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