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Hegel on Self-Consciousness: Desire and Death in the Phenomenology of Spirit (Princeton Monographs in Philosophy) (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 6. Dezember 2010


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Pippin, one of the finest contemporary scholars on Kant and post-Kantian German idealism, presents here two essays that focus on two of Hegel's claims--that self-consciousness is desire itself, and that it finds its satisfaction only in others. . . . Pippin's essays provide a skillful interpretation of one of the most important parts of Hegel's corpus, and illuminate "Phenomenology of Spirit" as well as historical and contemporary interpretations of Hegel's account of self-consciousness. -- Choice


Pippin, one of the finest contemporary scholars on Kant and post-Kantian German idealism, presents here two essays that focus on two of Hegel's claims--that self-consciousness is desire itself, and that it finds its satisfaction only in others. . . . Pippin's essays provide a skillful interpretation of one of the most important parts of Hegel's corpus, and illuminate "Phenomenology of Spirit" as well as historical and contemporary interpretations of Hegel's account of self-consciousness. -- "Choice

This book should appeal to readers interested in the "Phenomenology of Spirit", especially graduate students and researches who wish to understand the contemporary significance of Hegel's account of self-consciousness for McDowell and Brandom. Pippin has provided a lucid reading of these very dense passages. Regardless of whether one agrees with Pippin's reading, it will prove difficult for Hegel scholars to ignore.--Corey McCall "Philosophy in Review "


This book should appeal to readers interested in the "Phenomenology of Spirit", especially graduate students and researches who wish to understand the contemporary significance of Hegel's account of self-consciousness for McDowell and Brandom. Pippin has provided a lucid reading of these very dense passages. Regardless of whether one agrees with Pippin's reading, it will prove difficult for Hegel scholars to ignore.
--Corey McCall "Philosophy in Review "

"Pippin, one of the finest contemporary scholars on Kant and post-Kantian German idealism, presents here two essays that focus on two of Hegel's claims--that self-consciousness is desire itself, and that it finds its satisfaction only in others. . . . Pippin's essays provide a skillful interpretation of one of the most important parts of Hegel's corpus, and illuminate "Phenomenology of Spirit" as well as historical and contemporary interpretations of Hegel's account of self-consciousness."--"Choice"

"This book should appeal to readers interested in the "Phenomenology of Spirit," especially graduate students and researches who wish to understand the contemporary significance of Hegel's account of self-consciousness for McDowell and Brandom. Pippin has provided a lucid reading of these very dense passages. Regardless of whether one agrees with Pippin's reading, it will prove difficult for Hegel scholars to ignore."--Corey McCall, "Philosophy in Review"

"Pippin's overall interpretation is clear, insightful, and an important contribution to both Hegel scholarship and philosophical understandings of self-consciousness in general. It will be an important book for those interested in Hegel or self-consciousness."--Joseph Arel, "European Legacy"

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""Hegel on Self-Consciousness" is the best treatment of the subject in English, French, or German--it is also clear, short, and to the point. It will very likely serve as a basic text in a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses. Pippin is one of the most widely read philosophers of our time."--Terry P. Pinkard, Georgetown University

"Pippin is one of the leading Hegel interpreters working today. Readers interested in Hegel--be they philosophers, literary theorists, or intellectual historians--will greatly benefit from this book. Pippin's insight into Hegel's philosophy is highly impressive, and the depth of his thought is evident in his analysis of the connection Hegel discovers between desire and self-consciousness."--Sally Sedgwick, University of Illinois, Chicago

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Pippin gives us a creative way of considering the material on self-consciousness; taking hegel at his word that S.C. is a process of desire. Not a lot of content in this book; just a new shape you can give the content you've acquired over the years. Graduate level; highly recommended.
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