Esprit objectif et sociologie hegelienne [Book Review]

The Owl of Minerva 17 (1):83-85 (1985)
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The problem of philosophical introductions - or, rather, introductions to the works of philosophers - is notorious. Generally, they fall into three categories. The first type are those which are no introduction at all in any but the most attenuated sense … Hegel’s introduction to The Phenomenology, Merleau-Ponty’s introduction to his Phenomenology of Perception, Husserl’s introduction to his Logical Investigations, or even Ideas, which is subtitled “Introduction to Pure Phenomenology.” Introductions of this sort have often attained the status of philosophic texts in their own right as is the case with the now often discussed first introduction to Kant’s Critique of Judgment.



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