This post is a review of Fiorinda Li Vigni’s recent biography of the French Hegel scholar Jacques D’Hondt, originally posted on the discussion. In this post, I discuss Jacques D’Hondt’s book Hegel en son Temps (Paris: Editions Sociales, ). There is an English translation by John. Professor Jacques D’Hondt () was professor at the University of Poitiers and an expert on the philosophy of Hegel. He was introduced to Hegel’s work.
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Jacques D’Hondt | IISH
The Fries affair for long gave Hegel a reputation as a servant of power. They were activists with experience of political men.
He was subsequently suspended from teaching. Hence, fromHegelianism fell out of favor.
It uegel foreseen that political power was to pass to the upper middle class. There was an opposition group, which included the son of Niethammer and Gottlieb, the brother of Hegel’s wife, Marie. It was said at this time that Hegel had not written the final lessons of the Philosophy of History.
Hegel also opposed atomist social theories more generally in the Philosophy of Right. Law, he said, rests on tradition and develops organically. He points out contradictions in the bourgeois state.
Others left for Switzerland or America. Between and he was active in liberal politics in opposition to the Holy Alliance. Manuscript evidence shows that this was false. This favored the particularism of the little German states and went against Jacquues models of reform. Under a sketch by Wilhelm Hensel, Hegel wrote: Posted by Stephen Cowley at It must have been obvious to the police that Hegel sat opposite them, not at their side, in these affairs.
Certainly, Hegel disliked some features of the Burschenschaftenfor example dueling Briefe II, Hegel complained to Altenstein about subsequent criticism of him in the Halle Journal Berliner Schriften Hegel had Schulze and Altenstein to rely on. Berlin in honct not going through a revolutionary era. He does point out conservative elements, even in the context of the time.
The Hegel renaissance only happened much later. Byfollowing a court martial, the matter was resolved. Sixthly, Victor Cousin was arrested in Dresden in August His teaching there was reckoned heavy schwer. He was the author of Polens Untergang and became a deputy in It helps with the stress and shading with which we accentuate our reading of his works. Protestant orthodoxy was the dominant force amongst the people and at the Court.
Friedrich Engels — Revolution and Counter-revolution in Germany Engels thinks that Strauss in theology, Gans and Ruge in politics were leading figures of the age.
Hegel admired the Girondins, the Code Civilconstitutional government and property rights. This inquiry lasted from towhen he was pardoned by the King. In this he agreed with Hegel, though for opposite reasons. Cousin described Hegel as approving of the French revolution, as liberal but not republican. Hegel then chose von Henning, who was imprisoned for ten weeks on suspicion of demagogy Briefe II, Yet he was not a revolutionary either.
He sent some letters via friends rather than through the public post. In the Science of LogicHegel again criticized Fries, this time in print.
Hegel in His Time
He also met Hegel there. Newer Post Older Post Home. This goes against his own method. It is clear that Hegel was not simply a reactionary, or a conformist. Varnhagen comments on this. He was a liberal who played a central role in the institutionalization of philosophy in the French education system in the 19th century.
Flint was an opponent of the Hegelianism of Edward Caird and others in Scotland. W Oeschu — History of Switzerlandin German.