By Darrel E. Christensen (auth.), Darrel E. Christensen (eds.)
THE WOFFORD SYMPOSIUM: ITs goal, GENESIS, AND subject the aim of The Wofford Symposium used to be to stimulate unique scholarship at the subject of the assembly, to supply a discussion board in philosophy of top of the range within the quarter which Wofford university largely serves, and to make on hand for ebook this choice of papers, which it was once felt could meet a unusual desire within the modern literature of philosophy. In April, 1967, I attended the once a year assembly of the Metaphysical Society of the US at Purdue college. Noting the frequency with which Hegel was once introduced into the discussions at that assembly, i used to be led on events to inject the query into casual team discussions within the halls, "Isn't it time a few type of symposium on Hegel used to be held?" at the final get together Professor Frederick Weiss spoke back, "Why do not you begin it?" i am not but sure how severe the comment was once meant to be, yet after ready months, part watching for to listen to of a plan lower than approach, it happened to me that maybe what was once short of used to be a concrete proposal.
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Laws may need to be changed, however, on which account this is no more than a tendency. The preceding consideration of the concept of opposing aspects of the content of the mind and the concept of unity as it pertains to the issue of thOUght mediations, along with the five examples of thought mediations which have been set forth, has provided a background for what I hope Introduction 19 may be found to be a plausibly clear account, so far as it goes, of Hegel's concept of the concrete universal.
Most of the contents of this paragraph are drawn from pp. 204·7. For a more extensive treatment, see my "Hegel's Phenomenological Analysis and Freud's Psychoanalysis," International Philosophical Quarterly, Vol. VIII, No. 3 (September, 1968), pp. 356-378 (hereafter, "HegelFreud"); and "The Theory of Mental Derangement and the Role and Function of Subjectivity in Hegel," The Personalist, Vol. 4 (Autumn, 1968), pp. 433-452. For a further development from Hegel's theory of the unconscious, see my "Toward a Phenomenologically-Grounded Theory of the Unconscious for the Scientific Practice of Psychotherapy," Existential Psychiatry, Fall, 1970 (to appears).
Understandably. these will only be briefly sketched out here. Detailed exposition must be left to more extensive studies. where the sources which form the basis of this sketch will be presented. The most important of these. hitherto unknown. are the following: 1. the manuscripts and letters of Immanuel Diez. Tutor at the Tiibingen Seminary from 1789-92; 2. unpublished theological and philosophical writings by the early Schelling (1792/93); 3. the manuscript for a systematic essay by Sinclair. a friend of Holderlin and Hegel (1795/96).
Hegel and the Philosophy of Religion: The Wofford Symposium by Darrel E. Christensen (auth.), Darrel E. Christensen (eds.)