Hegel's Political Philosophy

On the Normative Significance of Method and System
 
 
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Hegel famously argues that his speculative method is a foundation for claims about socio-political reality within a wider philosophical system. This systematic approach is thought a superior alternative to all other ways of philosophical thinking. Hegel's method and system have normative significance for understanding everything from ethics to the state. Hegel's approach has attracted much debate among scholars about key philosophical questions - and controversy about his proposed answers to them. Is his method and system open to the charge of dogmatism? Are his claims about the rationality of monarchy, unequal gender relations, an unelected second parliamentary chamber and a corporation-based economy beyond revision? This ground-breaking collection of new essays by leading interpreters of Hegel's philosophy is dedicated to the questions that surround Hegel's philosophical method and its relationship to the conclusions of his political philosophy. It contributes to the on-going debate about the importance of a systematic context for political philosophy, the relationship between theoretical and practical philosophy, and engages with contemporary discussions about the shape of a rational social order.
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Thom Brooks is Professor of Law and Government at Durham University and Dean of Durham Law School. His books include Punishment (2012), Hegel's Political Philosophy (2d 2013) and Becoming British (2016). He is the founding editor of the Journal of Moral Philosophy. Sebastian Stein is research associate at the Ruprecht-Karls University, Heidelberg and at the Eberhard-Karls University, Tübingen. His publications include Freedom for free: Hegel on cognition, willing, free mind and the methodological cost of finite freedom in Hegel's Philosophical Psychology, eds. Ziglioli & Herrmann-Sinai (Routledge, 2016) and Hegel and Kant on rational willing: The relevance of method in the Hegel Bulletin.
  • Cover
  • Hegel's Political Philosophy: On the Normative Significance of Method and System
  • Copyright
  • Contents
  • Acknowledgements
  • Notes on Contributors
  • Introduction
  • I.1. A New Debate
  • I.2. An Overview
  • 1: What Might it Mean to have a Systematic Idealist, but Anti-Platonist, Practical Philosophy?
  • 1.1. Richard Rorty: Modern "Ironist" Hegelian
  • 1.2. Kant, Fichte, Sartre, Rorty, and the Struggle for Recognition
  • 1.3. Hegel on the Logic of the Will
  • 1.4. The Typology of Judgment Forms in Hegel's Science of Logic
  • 1.5. The Dynamics of De Re and De Dicto Judgments
  • 1.6. Recognition Underlying Any "Struggle for Recognition"
  • 2: Systematicity and Normative Justification: The Method of Hegel's Philosophical Science of Right
  • 2.1. Normativity and the Traditional Representational Forms of Justification
  • 2.1.1. The Traditional Forms of Normative Justification: Rationalism and Empiricism
  • 2.1.2. Normativity and the Problem of Representation
  • 2.1.3. From Representation to Systematicity
  • 2.2. Systematic Normative Justification
  • 2.2.1. Systematicity and Justification
  • 2.2.2. Systematic Method
  • 2.2.3. Systematicity and Normativity
  • 3: In What Sense is Hegel's Philosophy of Right "Based" on His Science of Logic?: Remarks on the Logic of Justice
  • 3.1.
  • 3.2.
  • 3.3.
  • 3.4.
  • 3.5.
  • 4: Method and System in Hegel's Philosophy of Right
  • 4.1. The "Controversy"
  • 4.2. Superstar or Anti-Hero?
  • 4.3. So Please, Let's Make a New Start
  • 4.4. Hegel's System as the Telos of Post-Kantian German Idealism
  • 4.5. Fichte's Synthetic Method
  • 4.6. What is a "System" of Concepts?
  • 4.7. Conceptual Pluralism
  • 4.8. Implications for Hegel's Philosophy of Right
  • Abbreviations
  • Writings of Hegel
  • Writings of Fichte
  • References
  • 5: The Relevance of the Logical: Method for Hegel's Practical Philosophy
  • 5.1. The "Philosophical Science of Right" and the System of Philosophy
  • 5.2. Method and Hegel's Logic as a 'Logic of Action'
  • 5.3. Logical Method and Forms of Action: Freedom, Violence, and the Action that Begins
  • 5.3.1. Beginning Actions: Being, Essence, Concept
  • 5.3.2. Beginning Actions: Violence and Freedom in the World of Spirit
  • 6: The State as a System of Three Syllogisms: Hegel's Notion of the State and Its Logical Foundations
  • 6.1. The State as a Whole Consisting of Three Syllogisms
  • 6.2. The State as a Triad of Syllogisms
  • 6.3. The Inner Law of the State or Domestic Right: The Second System of Three Syllogisms
  • 6.3.1. The Qualitative Syllogism I-P-U
  • 6.3.2. The Syllogism of Reflexion U-I-P
  • 6.3.3. P-U-I: The Syllogism of Necessity
  • 6.4. A New Conception of the Separation and Interdependence of the State Powers
  • 6.5. The Constitution as a System of Three Syllogisms: A Reformulation of the Outlines
  • 6.6. The State as a System of Three Syllogisms: Against the Letter of the Outlines
  • 6.7. The Universal, Law-Making Power: The Syllogism of Necessity (P-U-I)
  • 6.8. The Hypothetical Syllogism
  • 6.9. The Disjunctive Syllogism
  • 7: Hegel's Shepherd's Way Out of the Thicket
  • I
  • II
  • III
  • IV
  • 8: To Know and Not Know Right: Hegel on Empirical Cognition and Philosophical Knowledge of Right
  • Introduction
  • Argument
  • From empirical cognition to philosophical knowledge
  • Two notions of empirical cognition
  • Empirical and conceptual priority
  • The perspective of PCPK
  • The priority of PK over PCPK
  • Error as deprivation of truth
  • The truth and 'us'
  • Truth's criterion
  • (Dis-)agreeing with Hegel
  • Alternative Readings
  • Conclusion
  • References
  • 9: Individuals: The Revisionary Logic of Hegel's Politics
  • 9.1. 'Posited Abstraction': The Category of 'Individual' in the Logic
  • 9.2. A Hunch About Form: Geach on Aquinas
  • 9.3. Individuals in Practice
  • 9.4. Incomplete Individuals
  • 9.5. Conclusion
  • References
  • 10: Hegel on Crime and Punishment
  • Introduction
  • The Orthodox Consensus of Hegel the Retributivist
  • The Poverty of Abstract Right
  • Why Ethical Life Matters
  • Conclusions
  • 11: The Logic of Right
  • Philosophy, Logic, and Ethics
  • Logic per se versus the Logic of Realphilosophie
  • Self-determination in Logic versus Self-determination in Ethics
  • Is the Threefold Division of Abstract Right, Morality, and Ethical Community Valid?
  • Are Family, Civil Society, and the State the Exhaustive Differentiations of Ethical Community?
  • 12: Hegel, Autonomy, and Community
  • 12.1. The Hegelian Self: Incomplete, Vulnerable, Changing
  • 12.2. The Hegelian Subject: Autonomous in the Ethical Life
  • 12.2.1 Rationality, autonomy, and system
  • 12.2.2 Autonomy and Hegelian civil society
  • 12.3. The Aufhebung and the Effect on the System
  • 13: Hegel's Natural Law Constructivism: Progress in Principle and in Practice
  • 13.1. Introduction
  • 13.2. Some Methodological Fundamentals
  • 13.3. Some Normative Fundamentals
  • 13.4. Hegel's Reformist Principles in Practice
  • 13.5. Hegel's Progressive Politics in Practice
  • 13.6. Conclusion
  • References
  • Index

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