Hodgson’s Choice

The Owl of Minerva 37 (1):57-70 (2006)
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Abstract

This review praises Hodgson’s study for exhibiting the experimental openness of Hegel’s thinking: far from being part of a closed system, Hegel’s philosophy of religion is a work in progress. But the review criticizes the final chapter of the study for hedging this openness, for narrowing Hegel’s contemporary legacy to a few currently fashionable gestures.

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