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Vol. 63/64, 2011 (View)

Articles

Normativity and the Acquisition of the Categories, John J. Callanan, pp. 1-26.

Kant's Cognitive Semantics, Newton's Rule Four of Philosophy and Scientific Realism, Kenneth R. Westphal, pp. 27-49.

Transformations of Transcendental Philosophy: Wolff, Kant, and Hegel, Karin de Boer, pp. 50-79.

Hegel on the Nature of Scepticism, Dietmar H. Heidemann, pp. 80-99.

Hegel, Humility, and the Possibility of Intrinsic Properties, Jonathan L. Shaheen, pp. 100-117.

Hegel's Contradictions, Ralph Palm, pp. 118-142.

Logical Form and Ethical Content, Songsuk Susan Hahn, pp. 143-162.

Empty, Useless, and Dangerous? Recent Kantian Replies to the Empty Formalism Objection, Fabian Freyenhagen, pp. 163-186.

Kant's Practical Postulates and the Limits of the Critical System, Sebastian Gardner, pp. 187-215.

Liberal Revolution: the Cases of Jakob and Erhard, Reidar Maliks, pp. 216-231.

Systematicity and Symbolisation in Kant's Deduction of Judgements of Taste, Alexander Rueger, pp. 232-251.

How Biological is Human History? Kant's Use of Biological Concepts and its Implications for History as Moral Anthropology, Liesbet Vanhaute, pp. 252-268.

Self-Knowledge, Action and the Language of Confession in Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit, Ulrich Schlösser, pp. 269-283.

Reviews

No reviews in volume #63/64.

Vol. 62, 2010 (View)

Articles

Hegel, Humour, and the Ends of Art, Fred Rush, pp. 1-22.

Hegel and Lukacs on the Novel, Allen Speight, pp. 23-34.

The Man Who Mistook his Handlung for a Tat: Hegel on Oedipus and Other Tragic Agents , Constantine Sandis, pp. 35-60.

Searching for Modern Culture's Beautiful Harmony: Schlegel and Hegel on Irony , Elizabeth Millan, 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 , David James, pp. 83-100.

Reviews

Timo Jutten: Mauro Bozzetti’s Hegel und Adorno. Die kritische Funktion des philosophischen Systems , Brian O'Connor’s Adorno's Negative Dialectic. Philosophy and the Possibility of Critical Rationality , Colin Hearfield’s Adorno and the Modern Ethos of Freedom , pp. 101-110.

Paolo Giuspoli: K. Grotsch, ed’s Nurnberger Gymnasialkurse und Gymnasialreden (1808-1816). Gesammelte Werke Vol. 10/I-II , pp. 111-119.

Lisa Herzog: Conference Report: The Many Colours of Hegelianism , pp. 120-123.

Vol. 61, 2010 (View)

Articles

Naturalism in Ethics and Hegel's Distinction between Subjective and Objective Spirit , Dean Moyar, pp. 1-22.

Subjective Thinking: Kierkegaard on Hegel's Socrates, Daniel Watts, pp. 23-44.

Signs of the Times: Kierkegaard's Diagnosis and Treatment of Hegelian Thought, Clare Carlisle, pp. 45-60.

Hegel, Kierkegaard and the Danish Debate about Mediation, Jon Stewart, pp. 61-85.

Kant's Account of Motivation: A Sartrean Response to Some Hegelian Objections, Sorin Baiasu, pp. 86-106.

Hegel's Hyperbolic Formalism, Rocío Zambrana, pp. 107-130.

Reviews

Sebastian Gardner: George di Giovanni’s Freedom and Religion in Kant and His Immediate Successors: The Vocation of Humankind, 1774-1800 , pp. 132-135.

Katerina Deligiorgi: Ido Geiger’s The Founding Act of Modern Ethical Life. Hegel's Critique of Kant's Moral and Political Philosophy , pp. 137-140.

Katerina Deligiorgi: Espen Hammer (ed.) ’s German Idealism: Contemporary Perspectives , pp. 141-145.

Paul Davies: Slavoj Žižek and John Milbank’s The Monstrosity of Christ: Paradox or Dialectic? , pp. 146-152.