By Edward Caird
The booklet is the research of the works of 1 vital thinker via one other. Edward Caird is likely one of the top Scottish philosophers of the past due 19th century, and an incredible British Idealist. That his paintings (as with the paintings of different British Idealists) has been prompted via Hegel and different German Idealists can't be denied. but it isn't a simple impact, and you'll be able to parent Caird s imprint in each passage of the current publication. as a result presence of either personalities, Caird s and Hegel s, within the current paintings, the e-book isn't really similar to a scholarly research of Hegel written at the present time. it's even if, characterized via a remarkably delicate circulate of its fabric. Caird takes us via Hegel s lifestyles and all of the affects that formed his suggestion rather easily. Hegel s time in class and college, his years as a personal train at Berne and Frankfurt, the interval at Jena, his professorship at Heidelberg and Berlin, is defined as lyrically as Hegel s vital philosophical matters, from his concepts at the valuable challenge of philosophy to his good judgment. a huge ebook for students of Hegel, of British Idealism, in addition to for lovers of both philosopher.
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Hegel’s father had died in the beginning of 1799, and the small sum of about £300 which he had received as his share of the family inheritance, made him for a time independent of the work of teaching. Accordingly, in his letter to Schelling, he begs him to recommend some economical place of residence—he would prefer a Catholic city, in order to DURING 37 38 Chapter Three have a nearer view of that religion—where he could live cheaply (with, as he specially states, the advantage of ein gutes Bier), enjoy some good society, and gather himself together before entering into the literary and philosophical hubbub of Jena.
And the same is true of every separable form, whether of mind or matter; so that, from the point of view of the absolute, everything that Hegel and Schelling—Jena, 1800-1807 41 exists is an identity of subject and object, and all these identities are essentially one. The essential principle, then, in which Hegel and Schelling meet together, is that there is a unity which is above all differences, which maintains itself through all differences, and in reference to which all differences must be explained.
But as such a principle it can be apprehended, only if it is seen to manifest itself in and to transcend all differences, and especially the difference of subject and object, man and nature—only, in short, if it is recognised as the principle of a system. For apart from such evolution to a system, the mere name of spirit or subject cannot mean much more than substance. Schelling’s undeveloped spiritualism, just because it is undeveloped, is little more than Spinozism. The “Phenomenology” is, in a literary point of view, the most perfect of Hegel’s works.