Introducing Hegel

  • Title: Introducing Hegel
  • Author: Lloyd Spencer Andrzej Krauze
  • ISBN: 9781840461114
  • Page: 130
  • Format: Paperback
  • Introducing Hegel This introduction guides the reader through a system which aimed to make sense of history It offers perspectives on Lyotard s meta narrative and Fukuyama s end of history in postmodern debate
    This introduction guides the reader through a system which aimed to make sense of history It offers perspectives on Lyotard s meta narrative, and Fukuyama s end of history in postmodern debate.

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    1. I've read one other "Introducing" book as a review piece, comparing the "Introducing" series with the "For Beginners" series. At the time found them fairly analogous. The "For Beginners" series took the lead in terms of concepts; whereas, the "Introducing" took it historically. Introducing Hegel goes even further in that direction. It spends so much time situating Hegel in regard to his contemporaries, that it barely outlines Hegel's philosophy. In short, it was very disappointing.

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    2. No me gustó mucho, me pareció aburrido y no aprendí casi nada. ¡Leer a Hegel debe ser terrible! Igual me parece que entre los que fui leyendo de esta colección este es el que más alienta a la lectura de los originales, pero a mi hasta me costó la versión para principiantes, así que "no por ahora".

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    3. Reading this book is like eating a box of unmarked chocolates. Some of Hegel's thoughts I read and recognized, some were unfamiliar--oh, maple, or fruit jelly, or wait, what is that? Do I like it? GWF Hegel is most famous (to me) for his explanation of the dialectic: thesis, antithesis, synthesis, though I discovered that others gave the three parts those names. So often I have lurched toward better understanding by a Hegelian motion, particularly in dialogue with someone who disagrees. The book [...]

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    4. This is a really great introduction to Hegel that explores all of his major works in an understandable language (which isn't easy!), along with his general stances on politics and religion, and all the philosophers influenced by and drawing upon him. I also enjoyed the illustrations, a number of which were genuinely humorous, such as drawings of Hegel as candles, spiral shells, etc.The only odd bit is that the writer makes a claim that "one could write an intellectual history of our century with [...]

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    5. So far, I've enjoyed every For Beginners book I've read. I can't really critique any of them for the simple reason that I'm at the beginners stage in all the topics. My term for it is, "being a generalist."

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    6. If you have read one of these, you have read all of these.Cute, good warmer-upper, but don't expect to have great insight about Hegel afterwards.

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    7. This book presented a very thorough summary of Hegel, including his life, thought, and legacy. Highly recommended.

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    8. قدم اول : هگلانتشارات شیرازه

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    9. A good starting point, the book does provide a background of Hegel's life and the social backdrop of his work. However some the difficult concepts are not explained lucidly. Though the title claims to be a "graphic guide", the illustrations are often just that; the fill up the pages but do not assist the reader in grasping the complex concepts of Hegel's philosophy.

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    10. I knew some vague things about Hegel's philosophy via Marx and Marxists. I also knew that hegel was famously opaque and difficult to interpret.I thought a comic book summary of Hegel's ideas would dumb them down enough that I could digest them easily.That was not correct.

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    11. These books are so much fun, 100% worth the read. The pictures alone provide so much information of these dense thick thoughts.

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    12. INTRODUCING guide to the hugely influential German thinker. Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel is one of the greatest thinkers of all time. No other philosopher has had such a profound impact on the ideas and political events of the 20th century. Hegel's influential writings on philosophy, politics, history and art are parts of a larger systematic whole. They are also among the most difficult in the entire literature of philosophy. Introducing Hegel guides us through a spectacular system of thought w [...]

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    13. BERBEZA dengan buku seputar Descartes yang menjadi pintu masuk daripada era skolastik kepada falsafah moden, introduksi mengenai Hegel yang menumbuhkan banyak pemikiran kritikal pada abad ke-20 agak sukar untuk dikunyah.Lloyd Spencer dengan ilustrasi Andrzej Krauze mengambil 60 halaman pertama untuk menyorot sejarah Hegel dan pemikiran yang melingkungi zamannya, sebelum meninjau buah fikir Hegel daripada fenomenologi; konsep master & slave; pengetahuan mutlak; pemikiran dialektikal; kebebasa [...]

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    14. Like with many of the introducing books, I can't say I didn't learn anything from reading it, but I can't say I learnt much either. This guide does a good deal of detailing Hegel's life and the basic foundations of his philosophy. Unfortunately these details are far too simplistic and at times unclear. Hegel's works are complex and I was hoping to begin hisPhenomenology of Spirit after reading this. I don't think I will. The book is not bad, just not as informative as I would have liked it to be [...]

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    15. This book was fun and provided a concise biography of Hegel and the lives of his contemporaries, however, if you are looking to get an actual introduction to Hegelian philosophy this is not the place to start. Without the pictures, the book itself is probably only fifteen full pages of text, but it was a quick and lightminded read for a rainy day. Three stars.

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    16. Good balance between the biography and the theories. While the theories and the philosophy is somewhat dense - that's their nature. However, this could have been assisted with a brief/abridged dictionary at the end of the book (as other editions in the series have).

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    17. Claro para comprender cosas basicas y generar el ansia por enfrentarse al Grande e intrincado Hegel

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    18. it had quite a bit of information about what influenced him and how he influenced others just not enough about his basic ideas, still a good read

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    19. this book helps some, but it really is tough to get a handle on this guy

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