Harvard University,  FAS
Fall 1998

Philosophy 230

Hegel’s Ethics: Seminar

Susan Kay Hahn (Johns Hopkins University)

Catalog Number: 4616
Half course (fall term).
M., 3–5.

A study of Hegel’s mature ethical thought, with special focus on his theory of moral agency and action, in connection with his moral and social theory in the Phenomenology of Spirit and Philosophy of Right. Central topics include Hegel’s critique of Kantian dualisms, the structure of the Will, practical freedom, the revision of subjectivity, and self-determination.

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