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Hegel and Skepticism

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ISBN 9780674283855

Publication Date: 06/20/1989

256 pages



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  • Introduction
  • I: Hegel on the History of Skepticism
    • 1. The Superiority of Ancient to Modern Skepticism
    • 2. The Limitations of Ancient Skepticism
  • II: Skeptical Culture in Hegel’s Philosophy of History
    • 3. The Theory of a Historical Ur-teilung
    • 4. The Collapse of Greek Ethical Life
    • 5. The Alienated Realms of Culture and Faith
  • III: The Epistemological Defense of Hegel’s System
    • 6. Hegel’s Epistemology?
    • 7. Two Defenses against Skepticism
    • 8. Further Defenses against Skepticism
    • 9. The Proof for Nonbelievers
    • 10. The Dialectical Method in Hegel’s Epistemology
  • Selected Bibliography
  • Notes
  • Index

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