Routledge History of Philosophy: The nineteenth century, Volume 7

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Psychology Press, 1993 - Enlightenment - 466 pages
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Contents

Introduction
1
Kants Copernican revolution
40
Kants moral and political philosophy
68
Critique of Judgement
103
the Jena period
138
Hegels Phenomenology of Spirit
181
Hegels logic and philosophy of mind
216
Hegel spirit and politics
254
The Young Hegelians Feuerbach and Marx
290
IO Arthur Schopenhauer
330
Kierkegaards speculative despair
363
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