31. Hegel and the Sciences: Philosophy of Nature in the 21st Century (2019)

ISBN 1 897646 29 1

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Volume Editor and Chair: Filip Niklas
Editor: Mert Can Yirmibes
Copy-editor: Ash Finn

Articles
The Difference Between Fichte’s and Hegel’s Systems of
Philosophy: A Response to Robert Pippin
ADRIAN JOHNSTON

“The Idea that is”: On the Transition from Logic to Nature in
Hegel’s System
BENJAMIN BERGER

Time and Reason: How Unveiling the Mystery of Time Certifies
Rational Autonomy
RICHARD DIEN WINFIELD

Hegel And the Observable: Phenomenology, Empirical Science,
and the Problem of Scientific Theory,
JAMES SARES

What is Living and What is Dead in the Empirical and Speculative
Sciences? The Problem of Demarcation and the Speculative
Structure of Life in Hegel’s Naturphilosophie
CHAPUT EMMANUEL

Hegel and Jonas on the Ethical and Onto-Theological Implications
of Life
PAUL WILFORD, NICHOLAS ANDERSON and ZACHARY
CALHOUN

Reviews
Diego E. Machuca and Baron Reed (ed.), Skepticism: from
Antiquity to the Present, Bloomsbury, 2019, 746pp., ISBN
9781472514363.
LORENZO SERINI

Pärttyli Rinne, Kant on Love, De Gruyter, 2018, viii+189 pp., ISBN
9783110544978.
AHILLEAS ROKNI

Andrew Gibson, Modernity and the Political Fix, Bloomsbury
Academic: London, 225pp., ISBN 978-1-3500-9697-4.
ASH FINN

Kamini Vellodi, Tintoretto’s Difference: Deleuze, Diagrammatics
and Art History, Bloomsbury Academic: London (2019), 222pp.,
ISBN 978-1-3500-8307-3.
KYNTHIA PLAGIANOU