HSGB Bulletin: Contents by Article
Here you can find all the articles of the HSGB Bulletin, sorted by volume.
Vol. #63/64, (2011) (View)
Normativity and the Acquisition of the Categories, , pp. 1-26.
Kant’s Cognitive Semantics, Newton’s Rule Four of Philosophy and Scientific Realism, , pp. 27-49.
Transformations of Transcendental Philosophy: Wolff, Kant, and Hegel, , pp. 50-79.
Hegel on the Nature of Scepticism, , pp. 80-99.
Hegel, Humility, and the Possibility of Intrinsic Properties, , pp. 100-117.
Hegel’s Contradictions, , pp. 118-142.
Logical Form and Ethical Content, , pp. 143-162.
Empty, Useless, and Dangerous? Recent Kantian Replies to the Empty Formalism Objection, , pp. 163-186.
Kant’s Practical Postulates and the Limits of the Critical System, , pp. 187-215.
Liberal Revolution: the Cases of Jakob and Erhard, , pp. 216-231.
Systematicity and Symbolisation in Kant’s Deduction of Judgements of Taste, , pp. 232-251.
How Biological is Human History? Kant’s Use of Biological Concepts and its Implications for History as Moral Anthropology, , pp. 252-268.
Self-Knowledge, Action and the Language of Confession in Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit, , pp. 269-283.
Vol. #62, (2010) (View)
Hegel, Humour, and the Ends of Art, , pp. 1-22.
Hegel and Lukács on the Novel, , pp. 23-34.
The Man Who Mistook his Handlung for a Tat: Hegel on Oedipus and Other Tragic Agents , , pp. 35-60.
Searching for Modern Culture’s Beautiful Harmony: Schlegel and Hegel on Irony , , pp. 61-82.
Art and Ethical Life: The Social and Historical Background to Hegel’s Reflections on Ancient and Modern Literature in the Mit- and Nachschriften of his Lectures on Aesthetics , , pp. 83-100.
Vol. #61, (2010) (View)
Naturalism in Ethics and Hegel’s Distinction between Subjective and Objective Spirit , , pp. 1-22.
Subjective Thinking: Kierkegaard on Hegel’s Socrates, , pp. 23-44.
Signs of the Times: Kierkegaard’s Diagnosis and Treatment of Hegelian Thought, , pp. 45-60.
Hegel, Kierkegaard and the Danish Debate about Mediation, , pp. 61-85.
Kant’s Account of Motivation: A Sartrean Response to Some Hegelian Objections, , pp. 86-106.
Hegel’s Hyperbolic Formalism, , pp. 107-130.
Vol. #59/60, (2009) (View)
Hegel, Mind, and Mechanism: Why Machines Have No Psyche, Consciousness, or Intelligence, , pp. 1-18.
The Spirit as the Subject Carrying out the Sublation of Nature , , pp. 19-31.
Transforming Representations into Thoughts and Thoughts into Concepts, , pp. 32-41.
Feminism and Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit: ‘Lordship and Bondage’ and ‘Ethical Action’, , pp. 42-53.
Beauty, Aesthetic Experience and Immanent Critique, , pp. 67-81.
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