G.W.F Hegel: Theologian Of The Spirit (Making of Modern Theology) ebook
by Peter Hodgson
Hegel is generally classified under the heading 'philosophy' rather than theology - he believed the universe to be rational, and this was important in every aspect of his philosophy.
Hegel is generally classified under the heading 'philosophy' rather than theology - he believed the universe to be rational, and this was important in every aspect of his philosophy. Hegel envisioned his word 'Phenomenology of the Spirit' as just an introduction to a larger system he had in mind - at over 700 pages, this is some introduction! Unfortunately, much of Hegel's hoped-for publication and writing was never completed.
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This is a book on Christian theology, not a comparative religions text, but it does cover the .
This is a book on Christian theology, not a comparative religions text, but it does cover the main branches of Christianity, looking at modern theology based upon personality, geography, and theological approach. The first section examines the lives and work of some of the most significant theological voices to dominate the century, most of whom were European (no surprise, given the dominance of the European voices in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries as well).
Peter C. Hodgson engages the speculative reconstruction of Christian theology that is accomplished by Hegel's .
He analyses Hegel's concept of the object and purpose of the philosophy ofreligion, his critique of the theology of his time, his approach to Christianity within the framework of the concept of religion, his concept of God, his reconstruction of central Christian themes, and his placing of Christianity among the religions of the world.
Hegel was putting the finishing touches to this book as Napoleon engaged .
Hegel was putting the finishing touches to this book as Napoleon engaged Prussian troops on October 14, 1806, in the Battle of Jena on a plateau outside the city. On the day before the battle, Napoleon entered the city of Jena. Later that same day Hegel wrote a letter to his friend the theologian Friedrich Immanuel Niethammer: I saw the Emperor – this world-soul – riding out of the city on reconnaissance. G. W. F. Hegel: The Phenomenology of Spirit, translated by Peter Fuss and John Dobbins (University of Notre Dame Press, 2019).
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, Peter Crafts Hodgson. Offering the only anthology of Hegel's religious thought, Vanderbilt University's Professor Peter C. Hodgson provides sympathetic and clear entree to the German philosopher's religious achievement through his major relevant texts starting with early theological writings and culminating with Hegel's1824 lectures on the philosophy of religion.
G. Hegel: Theologian of the Spirit. Anticipating as it does the modern world's drive to think historically, dialectically, and wholistically, Hodgson shows that Hegel's thought might well tutor the next century as much as it did the last.
Presents a radical rethinking of the roots of modern theology Reveals how . Graduate students and philosophy of religion students will find this book indispensable.
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In this critical introduction to the science-theology debate, Peter E. Hodgson draws on his . The connections with theology are explored throughout. The concluding section draws discussions together and makes an important new contribution to the debate. Hodgson draws on his experience as a physicist to present the results of modern physics and the theological implications.