A HEGEL BIBLIOGRAPHY

 

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Contents

 

GENERAL

Introductions to Hegel’s work as a whole, by Hegel

Introductions to Hegel’s work as a whole

Commentaries on Hegel’s work as a whole

Collections on Hegel’s work as a whole

Historically influential views of Hegel

Terminology and language

Bibliographies

Surveys of Hegel literature

Journals of Hegel studies

Hegel links

 

TEXTS

Translations of Hegel’s major works

Translations of some of Hegel’s short pieces

 

PRECURSORS: UP TO HERDER

Indian and Eastern Philosophy and Hegel

Greek philosophy in general and Hegel

Forms and categories in Plato, Aristotle, Kant and Hegel

Plato, Socrates and Hegel

Plato and Hegel: political philosophies

Aristotle and Hegel

Aristotle and Hegel: political philosophy

Christian theology in general and Hegel

Neo-Platonism, Pseudo-Dionysianism and Hegel

Paul, John, Marcion and Hegel

Gnosticism and Hegel

Aquinas and Hegel

Hermeticism, German mysticism and Hegel: general

Eckhart and Hegel

Boehme and Hegel

Hobbes and Hegel

Spinoza and neo-Spinozism as influences on Hegel

Spinoza and pantheism: Hegel’s critique

Maimon and Hegel

Rousseau and Hegel

Political economists and Hegel

 

PRECURSORS: GERMAN IDEALISM

German idealism and Hegel

Kant and Hegel: general

Kant and the Phenomenology

Kant’s epistemology and metaphysics: Hegel’s critique

Intellectual intuition from Kant to Hegel

Kant on self-consciousness, apperception and the transcendental deduction: Hegel’s critique

Kant’s dialectic and antinomies: Hegel’s critique

Kant’s ethics and theory of will and freedom: Hegel’s critique of it in general

Kant’s ethics: Hegel’s critique of its formalism

Schiller and Hegel

Fichte: texts

Fichte’s summaries of and introductions to the Wissenschaftslehre

Fichte: collections of shorter works

Fichte: general

Fichte: metaphysics and relation to Kant’s first critique

Fichte on consciousness and self-consciousness

Fichte’s philosophy of right (general)

Fichte on intersubjectivity (second theorem in FNR and elswhere)

Fichte on recognition (third theorem in FNR)

Fichte on property

Fichte’s ethics

Fichte’s distinction between right and ethics

Fichte and Hegel: general

Fichte and Hegel: recognition

Romanticism and Hegel (Novalis, Schlegel)

Schelling

Schelling’s Philosophy of Nature

Schelling’s early systems and Hegel

Hölderlin and Hegel, Hoelderlin and Hegel

 

DEVELOPMENT OF HEGEL’S THOUGHT

Biographies (intellectual)

Early development as a whole (Stuttgart, Tübingen, Berne, Frankfurt, Jena)

Stuttgart and Tübingen writings (1777-93)

Berne and Frankfurt writings (1793-1800)

Natural theology and the young Hegel

Civil religion and the young Hegel

Progressive theories of history and the young Hegel

Jena writings (1801-06): general

Jena writings: logic and metaphysics

Jena writings: politics, ethics and religion

Essay on Natural Law (1802-03)

Natural law and Hegel

Differenzschrift and Faith and Knowledge

 

RECOGNITION AND INTERSUBJECTIVITY

Recognition: the concept

Recognition and intersubjectivity: histories

Recognition in Plato and Aristotle

Recognition in Fichte

Life and love in Frankfurt, Jena and the Phenomenology

Love in Hegel’s mature writings

Recognition in Hegel’s work as a whole

Recognition in the Jena writings (1801-1806)

Recognition and the master-servant relation in the Phenomenology: general

Recognition and the master-servant relation in the Phenomenology: the role of Fichte

Recognition in the Philosophy of Spirit (= Philosophy of Mind), universal self-consciousness

Recognition in the Philosophy of Right

Recognition in the Logic

Slavery in Hegel

Recognition and selfhood in Hegel

Recognition and freedom in Hegel

Marx on recognition

Heidegger on intersubjectivy, recognition and Mitsein

Kojève (on recognition and in general)

Merleau-Ponty on recognition

Sartre on recognition

Althusser on recognition

Habermas on recognition

Theunissen on Hegel

Siep on Hegel

Honneth on Hegel

Fukuyama (on recognition and on end of history)

Recognition and work

Recognition and colonialism, Fanon

Colonialism, racism and Hegel

Recognition and feminism

Recognition in international relations

Honour vs. dignity

Honneth’s theory of recognition

Politics of recognition, recognition of identities

Recognition and distributive justice (Honneth-Fraser debate)

Recognition, work and class

Self-esteem, self-respect, dignity

Recognition as ontological

Recognition as ethical

Recognition theory: collections

 

PHENOMENOLOGY OF SPIRIT

Phenomenology: short introductions

Phenomenology: introductory commentaries

Phenomenology: advanced commentaries

Phenomenology: commentaries on particular topics

Phenomenology: collections

Phenomenology: Preface

Phenomenology: Introduction

Method of the Phenomenology

Transcendental argument and transcendental deduction in the Phenomenology

Scepticism and Hegel, assumptions and foundations of the Phenomenology and Logic

Immediate knowledge

Structure of the Phenomenology

Phenomenology: chs. 1-3 in general

Sense-certainty, ch. 1

Sense-certainty: possible parallels to Hegel’s argument

Perception, ch. 2

Force and understanding, ch. 3

Infinity in Hegel

Inverted world

Self-consciousness in the Phenomenology

Desire and the body in the Phenomenology

Recognition in the Phenomenology

Master-servant relation

Death in Hegel

Labour in Hegel

Stoicism, scepticism and the unhappy consciousness, ch. 4B

Social epistemology in ch. 4

Observing reason

Transition to spirit

Spirit: texts

Spirit: metaphysical interpretations

Spirit: intersubjective and collective-subject interpretations

Phenomenology: ch. 6 in general

Coherence of the Phenomenology, phenomenology and history

Greek world and its inadequacy

Antigone

Tragedy in Hegel

Legal status (Rechtszustand), Roman world, person and property in the Phenomenology

Alienation in Hegel

Enlightenment vs. faith

Modernity and Hegel

French Revolution

Totalitarianism, authoritarianism, nationalism and Prussianism in Hegel

Moral and political stance of the Phenomenology

Phenomenology: ch. 7

Art in the Phenomenology

Absolute knowing and the metaphysics of the Phenomenology, ch. 8

Phenomenology and logic, phenomenology and system

 

LOGIC AND METAPHYSICS

Logic: short introductions

Logic: commentaries

Logic: collections

Logic: surveys of the secondary literature

Dialectical method

Logic: method and structure, dialectic, contradiction, speculation, form and content

Logic: formalisations of dialectical logic

Reason, understanding and intuition

Sociality of reason

Proposition (judgment), speculative proposition, language

Being, nothing, becoming

Essence

Subjective logic

Concept, the

Concrete and abstract universality

Identity and difference in Hegel

Concrete universal in British idealism

Metaphysics of Hegel, his account of the absolute: texts

Metaphysics of Hegel: surveys

Metaphysics of Hegel: theological interpretations - general

Metaphysics of Hegel: theological interpretations: orthodox

Metaphysics of Hegel: theological interpretations: spirit-monist, emanationist and panentheist

Metaphysics of Hegel: theological interpretations: kenotic and christomorphic

Metaphysics of Hegel: immanentist and pantheist theological interpretations

Metaphysics of Hegel: conceptualist and panlogist interpretations

Metaphysics of Hegel: dialogical interpretations

Metaphysics of Hegel: non-metaphysical interpretations in general

Metaphysics of Hegel: empiricist-realist interpretations

Metaphysics of Hegel: positivist and category theory interpretations

Metaphysics of Hegel: implicitly anti-realist interpretations

Metaphysics of Hegel: hermeneutical interpretations

Metaphysics of Hegel: Kantian interpretations

Metaphysics of Hegel: transformed-Kantian interpretations

Metaphysics of Hegel: epistemist-realist interpretations

Metaphysics of Hegel: social-Kantian interpretations

Metaphysics of Hegel: historical-relativist interpretations

 

NATURE AND SUBJECTIVE SPIRIT (REALPHILOSOPHIE)

Relation of Logic to Realphilosophie

Nature and the natural sciences: general

Mathematics and geometry in Hegel

Ecology, environmentalism and Hegel

Nature and the natural sciences: particular topics

Time

Life in Hegel’s mature system, plant and animal subjectivity

Subjective spirit: general

Soul and feeling, anthropology

Consciousness, self-consciousness and the I in the Philosophy of Spirit

Universal self-consciousness in the the Philosophy of Spirit

Theoretical spirit, intentionality, imagination

Practical spirit

Madness and Hegel

 

POLITICS, ETHICS AND HISTORY

Politics and ethics: texts

Politics and ethics: introductions

Politics and ethics: guides

Politics and ethics: fuller commentaries

Politics and ethics: collections

Politics and ethics: early development

Normative stance, the Doppelsatz (the rational is real), positive right vs. natural right, ethics and reason

Philosophy of Right: method and structure

Philosophy of Right and Hegel’s Logic and metaphysics

Hartmann on the Philosophy of Right

Pippin on Hegel’s social philosophy

Freedom in Hegel: general

Freedom and recognition in Hegel

Freedom and determinism

Freedom and free will as the basis of the Philosophy of Right, constructivism in Hegel

Action in Hegel

Reasons for action in Hegel

Will: its logical structure

Savigny (and the historical school of law) and Hegel

Duty, desire and feelings in Hegel

Abstract right

Property and contract (general)

Property and contract: recognition-centred accounts

Human rights in Hegel

Crime and punishment

Morality (Moralität)

Principle of subjectivity or subjective freedom, individuality, autonomy, liberalism and Hegel

Bifurcation

Conscience and virtue

Ethical life, i.e. Sittlichkeit

Community and individual, sociality of the self in Hegel

Social role and sense of self (Selbstgefühl) in Hegel

Ethical substance: substantialist vs. intersubjective interpretations

Social contract theory: Hegel’s critique

Substantial will, objective will, universal will, substantial or objective freedom

Family

Feminism and Hegel

Civil society: general

System of needs, the economy

Class in Hegel

Law (Gesetz), legal theory, Roman law

Bildung and education

Bildung in civil society

Contradictions of civil society

State and constitution

Democracy and monarchy in Hegel

War and international relations in Hegel

Civic humanism and other forms of republicanism in Hegel

History (philosophy of): texts

History (philosophy of): short introductions

History (philosophy of): commentaries and collections

History as progressive, the cunning of reason

History of philosophy

Historical role of Hegel’s philosophy

End of history in Hegel

 

RELIGION AND ART

Philosophy of religion in general

Kant and Fichte’s theology and Hegel

Religion in the Phenomenology

Natural religion

Judaism and Hegel

Christianity and Hegel, Hegel’s christology

Trinitarianism in Hegel

Religion and philosophy in general

Religion and the state

Art and aesthetics

 

SUBSEQUENT PHILOSOPHERS AND HEGEL

Schellingian critiques of Hegel

Marx and Hegel

Kierkegaard and Hegel

Nietzsche and Hegel

British Idealism (or British Hegelians)

British idealism: ethical and political thought

Whitehead and Hegel

Freud, Lacan and Hegel

Heidegger and Hegel

French philosophers and Hegel

Bataille and Hegel

Kojève and Hegel

Sartre and Hegel

De Beauvoir and Hegel

Levinas and Hegel

Marxists on Hegel

Wittgenstein and Hegel

Adorno and Hegel

Gadamer and Hegel

Nancy and Hegel

Irigaray and Hegel

Habermas on Hegel, and on philosophy after Hegel

Lyotard, postmodernism and Hegel

Derrida and Hegel

Analytic philosophy and Hegel

McDowell on Hegel

Brandom on Hegel

 

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@ GENERAL

 

@ Introductions to Hegel’s work as a whole, by Hegel

   Hegel [1820s] Introduction to the Lectures on the History of Philosophy, tr. Knox and Miller, pp. 15-52 ‘Berlin Introduction’

   Hegel [1830] The Encyclopaedia Logic, tr. Geraets et al., §§1-25

 

@ Introductions to Hegel’s work as a whole

   Soll, Ivan (1969) An Introduction to Hegel’s Metaphysics

   Singer, Peter (2001) Hegel: A Very Short Introduction, originally published 1983 as Hegel, Past Masters

   Rockmore, T. (1993)  Before and After Hegel: A Historical Introduction to Hegel’s Thought

   Maker, W. (1994) Philosophy without Foundations: Rethinking Hegel

   Plant, R. (1997) Hegel: On Religion and Philosophy, The Great Philosophers

   Stern, Robert (1998) ‘G.W.F. Hegel’ in J. Teichman and G. White (eds.) An Introduction to Modern European Philosophy, 2nd. ed

* Beiser, F.C. (2005) Hegel

* Houlgate, Stephen (2005) An Introduction to Hegel: Freedom, Truth and History (2nd ed. of his Freedom, Truth and History, 1991)

   Schroeder , W.R. (2005) Continental Philosophy: A Critical Approach, ch. 1 ‘Hegel’

   James, D. (2007) Hegel: A Guide for the Perplexed

 

@ Commentaries on Hegel’s work as a whole

   Findlay, J.N. (1958) Hegel: A Re-examination

   Mure, G.R. (1965) The Philosophy of Hegel

   Lauer, Q. (1971) Hegel’s Idea of Philosophy

   Rosen, S. (1974) G.W.F. Hegel: An Introduction to the Science of Wisdom

   Rotenstreich, N. (1974) From Substance to Subject: Studies in Hegel

   Taylor, Charles (1975) Hegel, 5th (ed.) 1987

   Hamacher, W. [1978] Pleroma: Reading in Hegel: The Genesis and Structure of a Dialectical Hermeneutics in Hegel, tr. 1998

   Inwood, Michael (1983) Hegel, Arguments of the Philosophers

   Rockmore, T. (1984) Hegel’s Circular Epistemology

   Hösle, V. (1987) Hegels System. Der Idealismus der Subjectivität und das Problem der Intersubjectivität [Hegel’s System: The Idealism of Subjectivity and the Problem of Intersubjectivity], 2 vols

   Pinkard, Terry (1988) Hegel’s Dialectic: The Explanation of Possibility

   Pippin, Robert (1989) Hegel’s Idealism: The Satisfactions of Self-Consciousness

   Berthold-Bond, D. (1989) Hegel’s Grand Synthesis: A Study of Being, Thought and History

   Stern, Robert (1990) Hegel, Kant and the Structure of the Object

   Kainz, H.P. (1996) G.W.F. Hegel: The Philosophical System

   Redding, Paul (1996) Hegel’s Hermeneutics

   Wallace, R.M. (2005) Hegel’s Philosophy of Reality, Freedom, and God

   Zizek, Slavoj (2012) Less than Nothing: Hegel and the Shadow of Dialectical Materialism

 

@ Collections on Hegel’s work as a whole

   (Collections on specific subjects are under the relevant headings)

   Steinkraus, W.E. (1971) New Studies in the Philosophy of Hegel

* MacIntyre, A. (ed.) (1972) Hegel: A Collection of Critical Essays

* Inwood, Michael (ed.) (1985) Hegel, Oxford Readings in Philosophy

   Lamb, D. (ed.) (1987) Hegel and Modern Philosophy

   Desmond, W. (ed.) (1989) Hegel and his Critics

   Hospers, J. (ed.) (1991) ‘Hegel today’, The Monist 74(3)

* Stern, Robert (ed.) (1993) G.W.F. Hegel: Critical Assessments, 4 volumes

* Beiser, F.C. (ed.) (1993) The Cambridge Companion to Hegel

   Stewart, John (ed.) (1996) The Hegel Myths and Legends

   Lamb, D. (ed.) (1998) Hegel, 2 vols

   Deligiorgi, K. (ed.) (2006) Hegel: New Directions

   Ashton, P. et al (2008) The Spirit of the Age: Hegel and the Fate of Thinking

 

@ Historically influential views of Hegel

   Caird, E. (1883) Hegel, reprinted 2002, also available online

   McTaggart, G. (1901) Studies in Hegelian Cosmology

   Royce, J. (1919) Lectures on Modern Idealism

   Rosenzweig, F. [1920] Hegel und der Staat

   Mure, G.R. (1940) An Introduction to Hegel

   Popper, K. (1945) The Open Society and Its Enemies, 5th (ed.) 1966, vol. 2, ch. 12

 

@ Terminology and language

   (For Hegel’s own theory of language see ‘Proposition (judgment), speculative proposition, language’)

   Royce, J. (1901) ‘Hegel’s terminology’, Dictionary of Philosophy and Psychology, vol. 1 (ed.) J.M. Baldwin

   Koyré, A. (1961) ‘Note sur la langue et la terminologie hégéliennes’ in his Études d’Histoire de la Pensée Philosophique

   Adorno, T.W. [1963] Hegel: Three Studies, ch. 3

   Petry, M.J. (1981) ‘Introduction’ to Hegel The Berlin Phenomenology, (ed.) Petry, sec. i ‘The language’

   Solomon, Robert (1983) In the Spirit of Hegel, ch. 4a

   Geraets, T.F. et al (1991) The Encyclopaedia Logic

* Inwood, Michael (1992) A Hegel Dictionary

   Burbidge, J.W. (2001) Historical Dictionary of Hegelian Philosophy

 

@ Bibliographies

   Weiss, F.G. (1973) ‘Hegel: a bibliography of books in English arranged chronologically’, in J.J. O’ Malley et al. The Legacy of Hegel

   Steinhauer, K. (1980, 1998) Hegel Bibliography, Parts 1 and 2 (Utterly comprehensive listing of works on and by Hegel published up to 1990, over 1000 pages long)

   The Encyclopaedia Logic (1991), tr. T.F. Geraets et al. (Has an annotated bibliography on the Logic)

   Houlgate, Stephen (1991) Freedom Truth and History (Has an annotated bibliography)

* Inwood, Michael (1992) A Hegel Dictionary (Has a bibliography covering the main areas of Hegel’s thought)

* Beiser, F.C. (ed.) (1993) The Cambridge Companion to Hegel (Has another good bibliography)

   Harris, H.S. (1997) Hegel’s Ladder, vol. 2 (Has a 70-page bibliography on the Phenomenology)

   Stewart, John (ed.) (1998) The Phenomenology of Spirit Reader (Has a bibliography on the Phenomenology)

 

@ Surveys of Hegel literature

   Avineri, S. (1968) ‘Hegel revisited’, Journal of Contemporary History 3(2), reprinted in MacIntyre (ed.) Hegel 1972 (survey of interpretations of Hegel’s political philosophy from his death onwards)

   Schmidt, J. (1980-81) ‘Recent Hegel literature: general surveys and the young Hegel’, Telos 46

   Schmidt, J. (1981) ‘Recent Hegel literature: the Jena period and the Phenomenology of Spirit’, Telos 48

   Lewis, C. (1981) ‘Recent literature on Hegel’s Logic’, Philosophische Rundschau 28

   Bienenstock, M. (1985) ‘Hegel’s Jena writings; recent trends in research’. Bulletin of the Hegel Society of Great Britain 11

   Ameriks, K. (1986?) ‘Recent work on Hegel: the rehabilitation of an epistemologist?’, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 46

   Harris, H.S. (1987) ‘Hegel’s science of experience’, Bulletin of the Hegel Society of Great Britain 15

 

@ Journals of Hegel studies

   The Owl of Minerva (US)

   Bulletin of the Hegel Society of Great Britain (Britain)

   Hegel-Studien (Germany)

   Hegel-Jahrbuch (Germany)

   Jahrbuch für Hegelforschung (Germany)

 

@ Hegel links

   Hegel.Net (maintained by Kai Frobe, Munich)

   Hegel Society of Great Britain

   Hegel Society of America

 

@ TEXTS

 

@ Translations of Hegel’s major works

   (The Hegel.net e-texts page gives a list of Hegel texts available online. The best sources for English translations are Hegel by hypertext and Carl Mickelson’s Hegel text collection and GWFHegel.org. These also have secondary literature)

   Three Essays 1793-95 [Tübingen, Berne 1793-95], tr. J. Dobbins and P. Fuss 1984

   Early Theological Writings [Berne, Frankfurt 1795-1800], tr. T.M. Knox 1948, reprinted 1971

   The Difference Between Fichte’s and Schelling’s System of Philosophy (the ‘Differenzschrift’) [Jena 1801], tr. H.S. Harris and W. Cerf 1977. Available online: German text

   Natural Law [Jena 1802], tr. T.M. Knox 1975

   Faith and Knowledge [Jena 1802], tr. W. Cerf and H.S. Harris 1977

   System of Ethical Life and First Philosophy of Spirit [Jena 1802, 1803-4], tr. H.S. Harris and T.M. Knox 1979. Available online: System of Ethical Life

   The Jena System 1804-5: Logic and Metaphysics [Jena 1804-5], tr. J. Burbidge and G. di Giovanni 1986. Second Jena system

   Hegel and the Human Spirit [Jena 1805-6], tr. L. Rauch 1983. Third Jena system. Available online: English text (in part)

   Phenomenology of Spirit [Jena 1807], tr. A.V. Miller 1977, or in a looser but more readable translation, as The Phenomenology of Mind, tr. J.B. Baillie 1910, revised 1931. Available online: German text, German text on a single page, Baillie translation, Baillie translation (alternative source)

   Spirit: Book Six of Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit, (ed.) D.E. Shannon, 2001

   The Philosophical Propaedeutic [Nürnberg 1808-11], tr. A.V. Miller, 1986. Available online: Section on Phenomenology, Section on Logic

   Science of Logic [Nürnberg 1812-16, rev. Berlin 1831], tr. A.V. Miller 1969 pb, or in 2 volumes, tr. W.H. Johnston and L.G. Struthers 1929. Available online: German text part 1, part 2, Miller translation (extracts)

   Encyclopaedia of the Philosophical Sciences in Outline [Heidelberg 1817], tr. S.H. Taubeneck 1990. This includes the Encyclopaedia Logic, Philosophy of Nature and Philosophy of Mind

   Encyclopaedia Logic (also known as ‘Shorter Logic’) [Heidelberg 1817, rev. Berlin 1827, 1830], tr. T.F. Geraets et al. 1991 pb, or in a much worse translation, as Hegel’s Logic or The Logic of Hegel, tr. W. Wallace 1873, reprinted 1975, Available online: German text, Wallace translation

   Lectures on Logic, tr. C. Butler, 2008

   Encyclopaedia Philosophy of Nature [Heidelberg 1817, rev. Berlin 1827, 1830] as The Philosophy of Nature, tr. A.V. Miller 1970, or, in a better translation with the German on opposite pages, in 3 volumes, tr. M.J. Petry 1970. Available online: German text, Taubeneck translation of 1817 edition

   Encyclopaedia Philosophy of Spirit [Heidelberg 1817, rev. Berlin 1827, 1830] as Hegel’s Philosophy of Mind, tr. W. Wallace 1894, republished with additions, tr. A.V. Miller 1971 pb. Also, with the German on opposite pages and an 1825 set of students lecture notes as an appendix, as Hegel’s Philosophy of Subjective Spirit, 3 volumes, tr. M.J. Petry 1978. Petry republished the section on Phenomenology, with the 1825 lecture notes interpolated between the paragraphs of Hegel’s text instead of the usual additions, as The Berlin Phenomenology 1981. Available online: German text, Wallace translation

   Lectures on the Philosophy of Spirit 1827-8, ed. R.R. Williams, OUP 2007

   Lectures on Natural Right and Political Science [Heidelberg, 1817-18], tr. J.M. Stewart and P.C. Hodgson 1995

   Philosophy of Right [Berlin, 1821] as Elements of the Philosophy of Right, tr. H.B. Nisbet 1991 pb or as Outlines of the Philosophy of Right tr. Knox and Houlgate 2008, preferable to the older translations as Hegel’s Philosophy of Right, tr. T. Knox 1952 pb, and, tr. Dyde 1897. Available online: Knox translation

   Lectures on the Philosophy of History [Berlin 1820s] as The Philosophy of History, tr. J. Sibree 1858, revised 1899, reprinted 1956 pb. The introduction is published separately, in much better translations than Sibree’s, as Reason in History, tr. R.S. Hartman 1953, and as Introduction to the Philosophy of History, tr. L. Rauch 1988 pb; and also in a much fuller version as Lectures on the Philosophy of World History, Introduction: Reason in History, tr. H.B. Nisbet 1975 pb. Available online: Sibree translation of introduction

   Lectures on Aesthetics [Berlin 1820s], as Hegel’s Aesthetics, 2 volumes, tr. T.M. Knox 1979. The introduction is published separately as Introductory Lectures on Aesthetics, tr. B. Bosanquet 1886, reissued 1993 pb, and also as Hegel’s Introduction to Aesthetics, tr. T.M. Knox 9179. Available online: Knox translation of whole text

   Lectures on the Philosophy of Religion [Berlin 1821-31], 3 volumes, tr. P.C. Hodgson et al. 1984-87. Preferable to the older version, tr. E.B. Speirs and J.B. Sanderson 1895, reprinted 1968. Available online: Speirs and Sanderson translation (introduction)

   Lectures on the Philosophy of Religion: One-volume Edition, The Lectures of 1827 [Berlin 1827], tr. P.C. Hodgson et al. 1988. The 1827 version of the lectures extracted from the 3-volume edition

   Lectures on the Proofs of the Existence of God, tr. P.C. Hodgson 2007

   Lectures on the History of Philosophy [Berlin 1820’s], 3 volumes, tr. E.S. Haldane and F. Simson 1892-96, reprinted 1995 pb. A more accurate version of volume 3 is published as Lectures on the History of Philosophy: The Lectures of 1825-26. Volume 3: Medieval and Modern Philosophy, tr. R.F. Brown and J.M. Stewart 1990. The various introductions are translated separately as Introduction to the Lectures on the History of Philosophy, tr. T.M. Knox and A.V. Miller 1985 pb. Available online: Haldane and Simson translation (selections), (alternative source)

   Hegel: The Letters, tr. C. Butler and C. Seiler 1984

   A reasonably complete edition of Hegel’s works in German is published by Suhrkamp as Hegel: Werke, 20 volumes pb. For online and CD versions, see www.hegel.de

 

@ Translations of some of Hegel’s short pieces

   ‘Two fragments of 1797 on love’ [1797], Clio 8(2), 1979

   ‘Two fragments on the ideal of social life’ [1799-1800], Clio 10(4), 1981

   ‘The relationship of skepticism to philosophy’ [1801], in G. di Giovanni and H.S. Harris, tr. Between Kant and Hegel: Texts in the Development of Post-Kantian Idealism, 1985

   ‘On the nature of philosophical critique’ (1802), partly translated in M.N. Forster, Hegel’s Idea of a Phenomenology of Spirit, 1998, pp. 605-607

   ‘Aphorisms from the wastebook’ [1803-1806], Independent Journal of Philosophy 3, 1979

   ‘Who thinks abstractly?’ [1807-1808], in Kaufmann Hegel: Reinterpretation, Texts and Commentary, pp. 461-465. Available online: German text, English text

   ‘Reason and religious truth’ [1821], foreword to H. Hinrich Religion in its Inner Relation to Science, in F. Weiss (ed.) Beyond Epistemology: New Studies in the Philosophy of Hegel, pp. 227-244. Available online: German text

   Hegel, G.W.F. (2000) Miscellaneous Writings of G.W.F. Hegel, (ed.) J. Stewart

 

@ PRECURSORS: UP TO HERDER

 

@ Indian and Eastern Philosophy and Hegel

   Dubey, V.K. (2002) Absolutism: East and West: A Comparative Study of Sri Aurobindo and Hegel

   Herling, B.L. (2006) The German Gītā: Hermeneutics and Discipline in the German Reception of Indian thought, 1778-1831

 

@ Greek philosophy in general and Hegel

   (See also ‘Greek world and its inadequacy’ and ‘Natural law and Hegel’)

   Gray, J. (1958) Hegel and Greek Thought

   Heidegger, M. [1958] ‘Hegel and the Greeks’ in W. McNeill (ed.) Pathmarks 1998 (Another English translation is available online)

   Riedel, M. [1967] ‘Criticism of natural law theory’, as ch. 4 of  his Between Tradition and Revolution, tr. W. Wright 1984

   Taminiaux, J. [1982] ‘Hegel and Hobbes’, in his Dialectic and Difference: Modern Thought and the Sense of Human Limits 1985

   Taminiaux, J. (1984) Naissance de la Philosophie Hégélienne de l’Etat: Commentaire et Traduction de la Realphilosophie d’Iéna (1805-1806), Introduction (Paris: Payot)

   De Laurentiis, A. (2000) ‘Silenced subjecvity: remarks on Hegel’s view of Plato’s world’, Studies in Practical Philosophy 2(1), p. 64-79

   De Laurentiis, A. (2005) Subjects in the Ancient and Modern World: On Hegel’s Theory of Subjectivity

 

@ Forms and categories in Plato, Aristotle, Kant and Hegel

   Mure, G.R.G. (1940) An Introduction to Hegel (Oxford), pp. 82-113

   Wilson, J.C. (1968) ‘Categories in Aristotle and Kant’, in J. Moravcsik (ed.) Aristotle: A Collection of Critical Essays

   Rosen, M. (1982) Hegel’s Dialectic and its Criticism

   Jaeschke, W. (1981) ‘Absolute Idee – Absolute Subjektivität. Zum Problem der Persönlichkeit Gottes in der Logik und in der Religionsphilosophie’ , Zeitschrift für philosophische Forschung 35, pp. 385-416

 

@ Plato, Socrates and Hegel

   (See also ‘Plato, Aristotle, Kant and Hegel on the forms and categories’)

   Lectures on the History of Philosophy, section on Plato

   Philosophy of Right, references to Plato

   Plato, Timaeus

   Rosen, S. (1974) ‘Self-consciousness and self-knowledge in Plato and Hegel’, Hegel-Studien 9

   Rose, R.E. (1978) ‘Hegel, the Plato of the modern world’, Southwestern Philosophical Studies

   Griswold, C. (1982) ‘Reflections on ‘dialectic’ in Plato and Hegel’, International Philosophical Quarterly 22(3)

   Wartenberg, T.E. (1991) ‘Hegel’s use of Socratic Method in the Phenomenology’, Hegel-Jahrbuch

   Vieillard-Baron, J.-L. (1997) Platon et l’ idéalisme allemand

   Ferrari, G.R.F. (1999) ‘Platonic love’ in R. Kraut (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to Plato

   Ware, RB (2000) ‘Freedom as justice: Hegel’s interpretation of Plato’s ‘Republic’’, Metaphilosophy 31(3)

   Sembou, E. (2006) ‘The young Hegel on ‘life’ and ‘love’’, Bulletin of the Hegel Society of Great Britain 53-54

 

@ Plato and Hegel: political philosophies

   Lectures on the History of Philosophy, section on Plato’s political philosophy

   Foster, M.B. (1935) The Political Philosophies of Plato and Hegel

   Inwood, Michael (1984) ‘Hegel, Plato and Greek “Sittlichkeit”‘, in Z. Pelczynski (ed.) The State and Civil Society

 

@ Aristotle and Hegel

   (With thanks to Vicky Roupa)

   (See also ‘Plato, Aristotle, Kant and Hegel on the forms and categories’)

   Lectures on the history of Philosophy, section on Aristotle

   Mure, G.R. (1940) An Introduction to Hegel

   Weiss, F.G. (1969) Hegel’s Critique of Aristotle’s Philosophy of Mind

   Findlay, J.N. (1971) ‘Hegel’s use of teleology’, in Steinkraus, W.E. (ed.)  New Studies in the Philosophy of Hegel

   Aubenque, P. (1974) ‘Hegel et Aristote’, in J. d’ Hondt (ed.) Hegel et la pensée grecque

   Santoro-Brienza, L. (1992) ‘Aristotle and Hegel on nature: some similarities’, Bulletin of the Hegel Society of Great Britain 26

   Wolff, M. (1992) Das Körper-Seele Problem. Kommentar zu Hegel Enzyklopädie(1830),  #389 [The Body-Soul Problem: Commentary on Hegel’s 1830 Encyclopaedia, §389]

   Koninck, T. de and Planty-Bonjour, G. (eds.) (1992) La question de Dieu selon Aristote et Hegel, esp. essays by P. Aubenque, V. Décarie and L. Ponton

   Ferrarin, A. (2001) Hegel and Aristotle

   Pendlebury, G. (2006) Action and Ethics in Aristotle and Hegel: Escaping the Malign Influence of Kant

 

@ Aristotle and Hegel: political philosophy

   (See also ‘Slavery in Hegel’)

   Ilting, K.-H. (1963-4) ‘Hegels Auseinandersetzung mit der aristotelischen Politik’, Philosophisches Jahrbuch 71

   Pinson, J.-C. (1988) ‘Hegel et l’empirisme dans l’ecrit sur le droit naturel de 1802-1803’, Archives de Philosophie 51

   Depew, D.J. (1992) ‘The polis transfigured: Aristotle’s Politics and Marx’s Critique of Hegel’s “Philosophy of Right”‘, in G.E. McCarthy (ed.) Marx and Aristotle: Nineteenth Century German Social Theory and Classical Antiquity

   Fawes, H. (1995) ‘L’esclave, le travail et l’action: Aristote et Hegel’, Archives de Philosophie 58(1)

   Bull, M. (1998) ‘Slavery and the multiple self’, New Left Review 231

 

@ Christian theology in general and Hegel

   (See also ‘Christianity, Hegel’s christology’ and ‘Hegel’s metaphysics: theological interpretations’)

   Sontag, F. (1962) Divine Perfection: Possible Ideas of God

   Dickey, L. (1987) Hegel: Religion, Economics and the Politics of Spirit 1770-1807

 

@ Neo-Platonism, Pseudo-Dionysianism and Hegel

   (Plotinus, Proclus, Pseudo-Dionysius, John Scotus Eriugena)

   (Also in their relation to Schelling)

   Hegel, Lectures on the History of Philosophy, section on neo-Platonism

   Plotinus, Enneads

   Proclus, The Elements of Theology

   Rist, J.M. (1967) Plotinus: The Road to Reality (Cambridge), pp. 38-54

   Findlay, J.N. (1970) ‘Towards a neo-neo-platonism’, in his Ascent to the Absolute: Metaphysical Papers and Lectures

   Beierwaltes, W. (1973) ‘The revaluation of John Scottus Eriugena in German Idealism’ in J.J. O’Meara and L. Bieler (eds.) The Mind of Eriugena

   Vater, M.G. (1976) ‘Schelling’s neo-Platonic system-notation, “Ineinsbildung” and temporal unfolding’ in R.B. Harris (ed.) The Significance of Neoplatonism

+ Kolakowski, L. (1978) Main Currents of Marxism, Vol. 1: The Founders, ch. 1

   Gottfried, P.E. (1981) ‘Hegel and Proclus: remarks on a problematic relationship’, Thought: Fordham University Quarterly 56, pp. 263-271

   O’Regan, C. (1994) The Heterodox Hegel, ch. 2 ‘The first narrative epoch: the immanent trinity’

   Beierwaltes, W. (2002) ‘The legacy of Neoplatonism in F. W. J. Schelling’s thought’, International Journal of Philosophical Studies 10(4)

 

@ Paul, John, Marcion and Hegel

   Souche-Dagues, D. (2000) ‘Thinking Logos in Hegelianism’, Philosophical Forum 31(3-4)

 

@ Gnosticism and Hegel

   (See also ‘Boehme and Hegel’)

   Hanratty, G. (1984) ‘Hegel and the Gnostic tradition: I’, Philosophical Studies 30

   Hanratty, G. (1986-87) ‘Hegel and the Gnostic tradition: II’, Philosophical Studies 31

   O’Regan, C. (2001) Gnostic Return in Modernity

   Burbidge, J. (2002) ‘The word became flesh or the orthodox Hegel’, Bulletin of the Hegel Society of Great Britain 45-46

   Mitscherling, J. (1997) ‘The identity of the human and the divine in the logic of speculative philosophy’, in M. Bauer (ed.) Hegel and the Tradition: Essays in Honour of H.S. Harris

   Hanratty, G. (1997) Studies in Gnosticism and in the Philosophy of Religion

 

@ Aquinas and Hegel

   Lakebrink, B. (1955) Hegels dialektische Ontologie und die thomistische Analektik

   Maritain, J. (1964) Moral Philosophy, an Historical and Critical Survey of the Great Systems, section on Hegel

   Lakebrink, B. (1984) Perfectio omnium perfectionum. Studien zur Seinskonzeption bei Thomas von Aquin und Hegel

   Brito, E. (1991) Dieu et l’Etre d’après Thomas d’Aquin et Hegel

   Vieillard-Baron , J.-L. (1994) De Saint Thomas à Hegel

 

@ Hermeticism, German mysticism and Hegel: general

   (Hermes Trismegistus, Eckhart, Cusa, Bruno, Paracelsus, Boehme)

   Benz, E. [1968] The Mystical Sources of German Romantic Philosophy, tr. 1983

+ Kolakowski, L. (1978) Main Currents of Marxism, Vol. 1: The Founders, ch. 1

   Weeks, A. (1993) German Mysticism: From Hildegard of Bingen to Ludwig Wittgenstein, ch. 9

   Magee, G.A. (2001) Hegel and the Hermetic Tradition, introduction available online

 

@ Eckhart and Hegel

   Ekhart, Meister Eckhart: Selected Treatises and Sermons, (eds.) J.M. Clark and J.V. Skinner 1963

   Lichtenstein, E. (1966) Zur Entwicklung des Bildungsbegriffs von Meister Eckhart bis Hegel

   Beriaschwili, M. (2001) ‘Das einfache Eins-Werden des Menschen und Gottes bei Meister Eckhart und Hegel’, Bochumer Philosophisches Jahrbuch fur Antike und Mittelalter 5(1), pp. 71-95

 

@ Boehme and Hegel

   Lectures on the History of Philosophy, vol. 3, section on Jacob Boehme

   Haldane, E. S. (1897) ‘Jacob Boehme in his relation to Hegel’, Philosophical Review 6

   Benz, E. [1968] The Mystical Sources of German Romantic Philosophy, tr. B. Reynolds and Eunice Paul 1983

   Vieillard-Baron, J-L. [1971] ‘Natural religion: an investigation of Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit’, tr. J. Stewart in Stewart (ed.) The Phenomenology of Spirit Reader 1998

   Walsh, D. (1994) ‘The historical dialectic of spirit: Jacob Boehme’s influence on Hegel’, in R.L. Perkins (ed.) History and System: Hegel’s Philosophy of History (with ‘Comment’ by E. von der Luft))

   O’Regan, C. (2002) Gnostic Apocalypse: Jacob Boehme’s Haunted Narrative

 

@ Hobbes and Hegel

   Natural Law, tr. Knox, pp. 59-70

   Lectures on the History of Philosophy, The Lectures of 1825-1826, Volume 3, tr. Brown and Stewart, pp. 180-182

   Strauss, L. (1936) The Political Philosophy of Hobbes (see end of ch. 4)

   Riedel, M. (1971) ‘Nature and freedom in Hegel’s Philosophy of Right’, in Pelczynski (ed.) Hegel’s Political Philosophy, reprinted as ‘Laws of nature and laws of right’, ch. 3 of Riedel’s Between Tradition and Revolution 1984

   Siep, Ludwig [1974] ‘The struggle for recognition: Hegel’s dispute with Hobbes in the Jena writings’, in J. O’Neill (ed.) Hegel’s Dialectic of Desire and Recognition 1996 (originally in German in Hegel-Studien 9)

* Taminiaux, J. [1981] ‘Hegel and Hobbes’, in his Dialectic and Difference: Modern Thought and the Sense of Human Limits 1985 (originally in French in Taminiaux’s Philosophie et Politique)

   Peperzak, A.T. (1995) ‘Hegel and Hobbes revisited’, in A. Collins (ed.) Hegel on the Modern World

   Buchwalter, A. (1995) ‘Hegel, Hobbes, Kant and the scientization of practical philosophy’, in A. Collins (ed.) Hegel on the Modern World

 

@ Spinoza and neo-Spinozism as influences on Hegel

   (‘Neo-Spinozism’ refers to the revival of Spinozistic thought by Herder, Goethe and Lessing in the 1780s)

   Spinoza [1677] Ethics

   Herder [1787] God: Some Conversations, Bobbs-Merrill, 1940 (esp. the third conversation; see also the introduction by F.H Burkhardt)

   Beck, L.W. (1969) Early German Philosophy: Kant and his Predecessors

   Bell, D. (1984) Spinoza in Germany from 1670 to the Age of Goethe

   Beiser, F.C. (1987) The Fate of Reason: German Philosophy From Kant to Fichte

   Walther, M. (ed.) (1992) Spinoza und der deutsche Idealimus

  

@ Spinoza and pantheism: Hegel’s critique

   (Including Hegel’s debates with those who accused him of atheism and pantheism)

   Phenomenology of Spirit §17

   Science of Logic, tr. Miller¸ pp. 536-40 (‘The philosophy of Spinoza and Leibniz’), 580-1

   Encyclopaedia Logic §151A

   Philosophy of Spirit §573

   Lectures on the History of Philosophy, tr.  Haldane and Simson, vol. 3 pp. 256-290 (on Spinoza)

   Lectures on the Philosophy of Religion, vol. 1, the section ‘Of God’

   Whittemore, R.C. (1960) ‘Hegel as panentheist’, Tulane Studies in Philosophy 9

   Parkinson, G.H.R. (1977) ‘Hegel, pantheism and Spinoza’, Journal of the History of Ideas 38(3)

   Lauer, Q. (1982) Hegels’ Concept of God, ch. 6 ‘The question of pantheism’

   Yovel, Y. (1989) The Adventures of Immanence, ch. 2

   Byrne, L. (1990) ‘Hegel’s criticism of Spinoza’s concept of the attribute’, in G. di Giovanni (ed.) Essays on Hegel’s Logic

   Solomon, R.C. (1978) ‘The secret of Hegel (Kierkegaard’s complaint): a study in Hegel’s philosophy of religion’, The Philosophical Forum 9(4)

 

@ Maimon and Hegel

   Atlas, S. (1964) From Critical to Speuclative Idealism: The Philosophy of Salomon Maimon

   Beiser, F.C. (1987) The Fate of Reason: German Philosophy from Kant to Fichte, ch. 10

 

@ Rousseau and Hegel

   (See also ‘Substantial will’)

   (See also ‘French Revolution’)

   (See also ‘Social contract theory: Hegel’s critique’)

   (See also ‘Freedom in Hegel’)

   Phenomenology ch. 6B 3 ‘Absolute freedom and terror’

   Encyclopaedia Logic §163A

   Philosophy of Right §§29R, 258R

   Philosophy of Spirit §435, 435A

   Lectures on the History of Philosophy, tr. Haldane and Simpson, vol. 1vol. 2 p. 115, vol. 3 pp. 400-402

   Kelly, G.A. (1969) Idealism Politics and History: Sources of Hegelian Thought, pp. 336-342

   Méthais, P. (1974) ‘Contrat et volonté genérale selon Hegel et Rousseau’ in d’Hondt, J. (ed.) Hegel et le Siècle des Lumières

   Riley, P. (1982) Will and Political Legitimacy, chs. on Rousseau and Hegel

   Fulda, H.F. and Horstmann (eds.) (1991) Rousseau, die Revolution und der junge Hegel

   Philonenko, A. (1991) ‘Rousseau et Hegel: droit et histoire’, in Fulda and Horstmann (eds.) Rousseau, die Revolution und der junge Hegel

   Fulda, H.F. (1991) ‘Rousseausche Probleme in Hegels Entwicklung’, in Fulda and Horstmann (eds.) Rousseau, die Revolution und der junge Hegel

   Wokler, R. (1993) ‘Hegel’s Rousseau: the general will and civil society’, Arachne 8, Göteborg; reprinted in Wokler’s Rousseau’s Enlightenment: The Historical Contexts of his Social Thought, 1998

   Ripstein, A. (1994) ‘Universal and general wills: Hegel and Rousseau’, Political Theory 22(3)

   Neuhouser, F. (2000) Foundations of Hegel’s Social Theory: Actualizing Freedom, chs. 1-2

   De Laurentiis, A. (2003) ‘The place of Rousseau in Hegel’s system’, in D.A. Duquette (ed.) Hegel’s History of Philosophy: New Interpretations

 

@ Political economists and Hegel

   (See also ‘Civil society’)

   Lukacs, G. [1948] The Young Hegel

   Chamley, P. (1963) Économie politique chez Stuart et Hegel

   Chamley, P. (1965) ‘Les origines de la pensée économique de Hegel’, Hegel-Studien 3

   Avineri, S. (1972) Hegel’s Theory of the Modern State, first chs

   Plant, R. (1973) Hegel: An Introduction, 2nd ed. 1983

   Plant, R. (1977) ‘Hegel and political economy, parts 1 and 2’, New Left Review 103‑4, revised and extended as ‘Hegel on political economy’, in Maker 1987

   Plant, R. (1973) Hegel: An Introduction, 2nd ed. 1983

   Cullen, B. (1979) Hegel’s Social and Political Thought

   Dickey, L. (1987) Hegel: Religion, Economics and the Politics of Spirit, 1770-180, ch. 5

   Waszek, N. (1988) The Scottish Enlightenment and Hegel’s Account of ‘Civil Society’

   Henderson, J. and Davis, J.B. (1991) Adam Smith’s influence on Hegel’s philosophical writings’, Journal of the History of Economic Thought 13

 

@ PRECURSORS: GERMAN IDEALISM

 

@ German idealism and Hegel

   Seth Pringle-Pattison, A. (1882) The Development from Kant to Hegel, reprinted 2002, available online

   Henrich, D. [1973] Between Kant and Hegel: Lectures on German Idealism, tr. 2003

   Ameriks, K. and Sturma, D. (eds.) (1995) The Modern Subject: Conceptions of the Self in Classical German Philosophy

   Kelm, D. and Zöller, G. (eds.) (1997) Figuring the Self: Subject, Absolute and Others in in Classical German Philosophy

   Sedgwick, S. (ed.) (2000) The Reception of Kant’s Critical Philosophy: Fichte, Schelling, and Hegel

   Beiser, F.C. (2002) German Idealism: The Struggle Against Subjectivism, 1781-1801

   Pinkard, Terry (2002) German Philosophy 1760-1860: The Legacy of Idealism

   Beiser, F. (2005) Hegel

 

@ Kant and Hegel: general

   (See also ‘Bifurcation’)

   (For specific areas see ‘Kant’s epistemology and metaphysics: Hegel’s critique’, ‘Kant’s ethics and theory of will and freedom: Hegel’s critique’ and  ‘Kant and Fichte’s theology and Hegel’)

   Priest, S. (ed.) (1987) Hegel’s Critique of Kant

   Zimmerman, R.L. (2005) The Kantianism of Hegel and Nietzsche: Renovation in 19th-Century German Philosophy

   Sedgwick, Sally (2012) Hegel’s Critique of Kant

 

@ Kant and the Phenomenology

   Solomon, R.C. (1974) ‘Hegel’s epistemology’, American Philosophical Quarterly 11, reprinted in Inwood (ed.) Hegel

   Redding, Paul (1996) Hegel’s Hermeneutics

   Kain, P.J. (2005) Hegel and the Other: A Study of the Phenomenology of Spirit

   Bristow, W.F. (2007) Hegel and the Transformation of Philosophical Critique

 

@ Kant’s epistemology and metaphysics: Hegel’s critique

   (Also on the contrast between Hegel’s idealism and Kant’s in general)

   (See also specific sections)

   (See also ‘Plato, Aristotle, Kant and Hegel on the forms and categories’)

   (See also ‘Kant and Fichte’s theology and Hegel’)

   (See also ‘Proposition (judgment), speculative proposition, language’)

   (See also ‘Metaphysics of Hegel: Kantian interpretations’)

   (See also ‘McDowell on Hegel’)

   (For Hegel’s general critique of the Kantian standpoint see ‘Bifurcation and the standpoint of modern thought, Kant’s standpoint as a whole’)

   Faith and Knowledge, A. ‘Kantian Philosophy’, esp. c. pp. 63-78

   Phenomenology §235

   Science of Logic, tr. Miller, pp. 35-36, 44-47, 56, 62-3, 489-490, 577-595, 789

   Encyclopaedia Logic §§40-60

   Philosophy of Spirit §§413-425

   Lectures on the History of Philosophy, volume 3, section on Kant

   Maier, J. (1966) Hegel’s Critique of Kant

   Soll, Ivan (1969) An Introduction to Hegel’s Metaphysics, ch. 2

   Smith, J.E. (1973) ‘Hegel’s critique of Kant’, Review of Metaphysics 26, reprinted in J.J. O’Malley et al. Hegel and the History of Philosophy 1974

   Solomon, R.C. (1970) ‘Hegel’s concept of “Geist”‘, Review of Metaphysics 23, reprinted in MacIntyre (ed.) Hegel: A Collection of Critical Essays

   Sayers, S. (1985) Reality and Reason: Dialectic and the Theory of Knowledge, chs. 2-3

   Ameriks, K. (1985) ‘Hegel’s critique of Kant’s theoretical philosophy’ Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 46(1)

   Priest, S. (ed.) (1987) Hegel’s Critique of Kant, first six essays

   Hartnack, J. (1987) ‘Categories and things-in-themselves’ in Priest (ed.) Hegel’s Critique of Kant

   Pippin, R.B. (1987) ‘Kant on the spontaneity of mind’, Canadian Journal of Philosophy 17(2), reprinted in Pippin’s Idealism as Modernism: Hegelian Variations

   Rosen, M. (1988) ‘From Vorstellung to thought: is a ‘non-metaphysical’ view of Hegel possible?’, in Henrich, D. and Horstmann, R.-P. (eds.) Metaphysik nach Kant?, reprinted in Stern (ed.) G.W.F. Hegel: Critical Assessments vol. 3

* Bird, G. (1987) ‘Hegel’s account of Kant’s epistemology in the Lectures on the History of Philosophy’, in S. Priest (ed.) Hegel’s Critique of Kant

   Pippin, Robert (1989) Hegel’s Idealism, chs. 1, 2, and part 3

   Stern, Robert (1990) Hegel, Kant and the Structure of the Object

* Guyer, P. (1993) ‘Thought and being: Hegel’s critique of Kant’s theoretical philosophy’, in F.C. Beiser (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to Hegel

   McDowell, J. (1996) Mind and World

   McDowell, J. [2001] ‘L’Idealismo di Hegel come Radicalizazzione di Kant’, in L. Ruggiu and L. Testa (eds.) Hegel contemporaneo: La ricezione americana di Hegel a confronto con la tradizione europe, 2003

 

@ Intellectual intuition from Kant to Hegel

   (Also called ‘intuitive understanding’)

   Kant, Critique of Judgment, §§76-77

   Schelling, F.W.J. [1802] ‘Further presentations from the system of philosophy’, tr. M. Vater, Philosophical Forum 31(4), 2001 (in ‘Schelling)

   Hegel, Faith and Knowledge, pp. 88-90

Walsh, W. (1946) ‘Hegel and intellectual intuition’, Mind 55

Gram, M.S. (1981) ‘Intellectual intuition: the continuity thesis’, Journal of the History of Ideas 42

   Walsh , W. (1982) ‘Kant as seen by Hegel’, in Vesey, G. (ed.) Idealism Past and Present

   Snow, D.E. (1987) ‘F.H. Jacobi and the development of German Idealism’, Journal of the History of Philosophy 25

   Pippin, Robert (1989) Hegel’s Idealism, ch. 4

   Velkley, R.L. (1997) ‘Realizing nature in the self: Schelling on art and intellectual intuition’, in G. Zöller (ed.) Figuring the Self: Subject, Absolute, and Others in Classical German Philosophy

   Westphal, K.R. (2000) ‘Kant, Hegel, and the fate of ‘the’ intuitive intellect’, in S. Sedgwick (ed.) The Reception of Kant’s Critical Philosophy: Fichte, Schelling, and Hegel

   Vater, M. (2000) ‘Intellectual intuition in Schelling’s philosophy of identity 1801-1804’, in C. Asmuth (ed.) Schelling: Zwischen Fichte und Hegel

   Kreines, J. (2007) ‘Between the bounds of experience and divine intuition: Kant’s epistemic limits and Hegel’s ambitions’, Inquiry 53

 

@ Kant on self-consciousness, apperception and the transcendental deduction: Hegel’s critique

   (See also ‘McDowell on Hegel’, ‘Hegel’s metaphysics: Kantian interpretations’)

   (For Hegel’s own positive account, see ‘‘Self-consciousness in the Phenomenology’)

   Faith and Knowledge, A. ‘Kantian Philosophy’

   Science of Logic, pp. 577-595

   Guyer, P. (1980) ‘Kant on apperception and a priori synthesis’, American Philosophical Quarterly 17

   Düsing, K. (1983) ‘Constitution and structure of self-identity: Kant’s theory of apperception and Hegel’s criticism’, Midwest Studies in Philosophy 8, reprinted in Stern (ed.) G.W.F. Hegel: Critical Assessments vol. 3

   Priest, S. (1987) ‘Subjectivity and objectivity in Kant and Hegel’ in Priest (ed.) Hegel’s Critique of Kant

* Pippin, R.B. (1989) ‘Apperception and the difference between Kantian and Hegelian idealism’, in G. Funke and T.M. Seebohm (eds.) Proceedings of the Sixth International Kant Congress, vol. II/2, 535-550, revised as ch. 2 of Pippin’s Hegel’s Idealism

   Sedgwick, S. (1992) ‘Hegel’s treatment of transcendental apperception in Kant’, The Owl of Minerva 23(2)

   Sedgwick, S.S. (1993) ‘Pippin on Hegel’s critique of Kant’, International Philosophical Quarterly 33(3)

   De Nys, M.J. (1995) ‘Self-consciousness and the concept in Hegel’s appropriation of Kant’ in A.B. Collins (ed.) Hegel on the Modern World

   Stern, D.S. (1995) ‘Transcendental apperception and subjective logic: Kant and Hegel on the role of the subject’, in A.B. Collins (ed.) Hegel on the Modern World

   McDowell, J. (2003) “‘The apperceptive I and the empirical self”: towards a heterodox reading of “lordship and bondage” in Hegel’s Phenomenology’, Bulletin of the Hegel Society of Great Britain 47-48, reprinted in K. Deligiorgi (ed.) Hegel: New Directions, 2006

   Schulting, D. (2005) ‘Hegel on Kant’s ‘synthetic a priori’’ in ‘Glauben und Wissen’, in A. Arndt (ed.) Glauben und Wissen, Dritter Teil (Hegel-Jahrbuch 2005)

 

@ Kant’s dialectic and antinomies: Hegel’s critique

   Encyclopaedia Logic §48

   Science of Logic ‘Pure Quantity’, remark 2 (pp. 190-199), ‘Quantitative infinity’ remark 2 (pp. 234-238)

   Sedgwick, S. (1991) ‘Hegel on Kant’s antinomies and the distinction between general and transcendental logic’, The Monist 74(3)

   Priest, G. (1995) Beyond the Limits of Thought

 

@ Kant’s ethics and theory of will and freedom: Hegel’s critique of it in general

   (Including material focusing exclusively on ch. 5C and ch. 6C of the Phenomenology)

   (Also of  Kant’s theory of freedom, will and morality; of Moralität)

   (For Hegel on form and content, and critique of Kant’s formalism, see)

   (See also bibliography in Wood 1990 p273)

   (See also ‘Action and will’ and ‘Duty, desire and feelings in Hegel’)

   Phenomenology of Spirit, ch. 5Cb, 5Cc, 6C

   Philosophy of Right §§129-141 ‘Good and conscience’

   Bradley, F.H. (1927) Ethical Studies, 2nd ed., essay 4 ‘Duty for duty’s sake’

   Reyburn, H.A. (1921) The Ethical Theory of Hegel, chs. 8-10

   Ritter, J. [1956] ‘Morality and ethical life: Hegel’s controversy with Kantian ethics’ in Hegel and the French Revolution: Essays on the Philosophy of Right

   Knox, T.M. (1957-58) ‘Hegel’s attitude to Kant’s ethics’, Kant-Studien 49, pp. 76-81

   Maier, J. (1966) On Hegel’s Critique of Kant, relevant chapters

   Walsh, W.H. (1969) Hegelian Ethics, chs. 1-9

   Shklar, J. N. (1974) ‘The Phenomenology: beyond morality’, Western Philosophical Quarterly 27, reprinted in  Stern (ed.) G.W.F. Hegel: Critical Assessments, vol. 4

   Gram, M. S. (1978) ‘Moral and literary ideals in Hegel’s critique of “the moral world-view”‘, Clio 7: pp. 375-402, reprinted in Stewart (ed.) The Phenomenology of Spirit Reader

   Petry, M.J. (1983) ‘Hegel’s criticism of the ethics of Kant and Fichte’, in L. Stepelevich and D. Lamb (eds.) Hegel’s Philosophy of Action

   Priest, S. (ed.) (1987) Hegel’s Critique of Kant, relevant essays

   O’Hagan, T. (1987) ‘On Hegel’s critique of Kant’s moral and political philosophy’, in Priest (ed.) Hegel’s Critique of Kant

   Sedgwick, S.S. (1988) ‘Hegel’s critique of the subjective idealism of Kant’s ethics’, Journal of the History of Philosophy 26

   Rawls, J. (1989) ‘Themes in Kant’s moral philosophy’, in E. Förster (ed.) Kant’s Transcendental Deductions

   Hoy, D.C. (1989) ‘Hegel’s critique of Kantian morality’, History of Philosophy Quarterly 6

   Stern, P. (1989) ‘On rational autonomy and ethical community: Hegel’s critique of Kantian morality’, Praxis International 9(3)

* Wood, Allen (1990) Hegel’s Ethical Thought, chs. 8-9

   Allison, H.E. (1990) Kant’s Theory of Freedom, ch. 10 sec. 2

   Westphal, K.R. (1992?) ‘Hegel’s critique of Kant’s moral world view’, Philosophical Topics 19(2), pp. 133-17

+ Wood, Allen (1993) ‘Hegel’s ethics’, in F.C. Beiser (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to Hegel

   Pippin, R.B. (1995) ‘Hegel on the rationality and priority of ethical life’, Neue Hefte für Philosophie 35, pp. 95-126, reprinted as ‘Hegel’s ethical rationalism’ in Pippin’s Idealism as Modernism: Hegelian Variations 1997

 

@ Kant’s ethics: Hegel’s critique of its formalism

   (Including Hegels’ critique of Kant’s divorce of morality and feeling - see also ‘Duty, desire and feelings in Hegel’)

   (Including Hegel on form generating content in ethics)

   Phenomenology of Spirit, ch. 5C sec. c

   Natural Law, tr. T.M. Knox 1975, pp. 70-92, esp. 75-83

   Philosophy of Right §§135R ‘Good and conscience’

   Walsh, W.H. (1969) Hegelian Ethics, ch. 4 ‘Ethical formalism’

   Ameriks, K. (1987) ‘The Hegelian critique of Kantian morality’, in B. den Ouden (ed.) New Essays on Kant

   Sedgwick, S.S. (1988) ‘On the relation of pure reason to content: a reply to Hegel’s critique of formalism in Kant’s ethics’, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 49(1)

   Wood, Allen (1989) ‘The emptiness of the moral will’, The Monist 72(3), reprinted in R. Stern (ed.) G.W.F. Hegel: Critical Assessments, vol. 4

* Wood, Allen (1990) Hegel’s Ethical Thought, ch. 9 ‘The emptiness of the moral law’

   Pippin, R.C. (1991) ‘Idealism and agency in Kant and Hegel’, Journal of Philosophy 88

   Pippin, R.C. (1991) ‘Hegel, ethical reasons, Kantian rejoinders’, Philosophical Topics 19(2), reprinted in Pippin’s Idealism as Modernism: Hegelian Variations

   Sedgwick, S. (1998) ‘On the relation of pure reason to content: a reply to Hegel’s critique of formalism in Kant’s ethics’, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 49

   Wood, Allen (1999) Kant’s Ethical Thought, ch. 3 sec. 7 ‘Problems with FUL’

 

@ Schiller and Hegel

   Beiser, F.C. (2005) Schiller as Philosopher: A Re-examination

 

@ Fichte: texts

   (With estimated dates of composition. p. = date of publication)

   Fichte [Feb 1794 (p.)] The Aenesidimus review, in G. di Giovanni and H. S. Harris (eds) From Kant to Hegel, also in Fichte, Early Philosophical Writings, tr. D. Breazeale 1988

   Fichte [Spring 1794] ‘Concerning human dignity, in Early Philosophical Writings, tr. D. Breazeale 1988

   Fichte [May 1794 (p.)] ‘Concerning the concept of the Wissenschaftslehre’, in Early Philosophical Writings, tr. D. Breazeale 1988

   Fichte [Summer 1794 (p. 1794)] ‘Some lectures concerning the scholar’s vocation’, in Early Philosophical Writings, tr. D. Breazeale 1988

   Fichte [1794-95 (p.)] The Science of Knowledge [‘Foundations of the Entire Wissenschaftslehre’ p. Sep 1794 and summer 1795 and ‘Outline of the Distinctive Character of the Wissenschaftslehre with Respect to the Theoretical Faculty p. summer 1795], trs. Heath and Lachs

   Fichte, J.G. [1795-96, (p. 1796-97)] Foundations of Natural Right [Grundlage des Naturrechts nach Prinzipien der Wissenschaftslehre] (published in two parts, 1796 and 1797) part 1, §§1-4

   Fichte [1797-99] The Foundations of Transcendental Philosophy (Wissenschaftslehre) Nova Methodo, tr. Breazeale 1992

   Fichte, J.G. [1798] System of Ethics in accordance with the Principles of the Wissenschaftslehre, tr. G. Zöller and D. Breazeale 2005

   Fichte [1800] The Vocation of Man, sec. 2 ‘Knowledge’

   Fichte [1810] ‘Outlines of the doctrine of knowledge’, in The Popular Works of Johann Gottlieb Fichte, tr. W. Smith, 1889, available online

 

@ Fichte’s summaries of and introductions to the Wissenschaftslehre

   Fichte [1794] ‘Concerning the concept of the Wissenschaftslehre’, in Early Philosophical Writings, tr. D. Breazeale 1988

   Fichte [1796] ‘A comparison between Professor Schmidt’s system and the Wissenschaftslehre’, in Early Philosophical Writings, tr. D. Breazeale 1988

   Fichte, J.G. [1796-97] Foundations of Natural Right, introduction

   Fichte, J.G. [1797] The Science of Knowledge, 1st and 2nd introductions

   Fichte, J.G. [1798] ‘Attempt at a new presentation of the Wissenschaftslehre’, ch. 1, in Introductions to the Wissenschaftslehre, tr. Daniel Breazeale

   Fichte, J.G. [1798] The System of Ethics, introduction

 

@ Fichte: collections of shorter works

   Fichte, Early Philosophical Writings, tr. D. Breazeale 1988

   Fichte, Introductions to the Wissenschaftslehre and Other Writings, tr. D. Breazeale 1994

 

@ Fichte: general

   (See also D. Breazeale, ‘English Fichte bibliography’ in D. Breazeale and T. Rockmore (eds.) Fichte: Historical Contexts / Contemporary Controversies, 1994)

   (Each issue of the North American’s Fichtean Society’s newletter Fichteana has a bibliography of recent work on Fichte. See also the society’s bibliography of Fichte’s works in English translation)

   Fichte, The Popular Works of Johann Gottlieb Fichte, tr. W. Smith, (ed.) D. Breazeale 1999. Introduction available online

   Copleston, F. (1963) A History of Philosophy. Vol. 7: Fichte to Nietzsche, section on Fichte

   Henrich, D. [1973] Between Kant and Hegel: Lectures on German Idealism, 2003, section 3 ‘Fichte’

   ‘New studies in the philosophy of Fichte’ (1976) Idealistic Studies 6(2) (special issue on Fichte)

   Tabor, J. (1983) Transformative Philosophy: A Study of Sankara, Fichte and Heidegger

   Beiser, F.C. (1987) The Fate of Reason: German Philosophy from Kant to Fichte

   Jalloch, C.M. (1988) Fichte’s Kant Interpretation and the Doctrine of Science

   ‘Fichte and contemporary philosophy’ (1988) Philosophical Forum 19(2-3) (special issue on Fichte)

+ Wood, Allen (1991) ‘Fichte’s philosophical revolution’, Philosophical Topics 19

   Breazeale, D. and Rockmore, T. (eds.) (1994) Fichte: Historical Contexts / Contemporary Controversies

   Breazale, D. (1993) ‘Fichte and Schelling: The Jena period’, in R.C.. Solomon and K.M. Higgins (eds.) (1993) Routledge History of Philosophy. Volume 6: The Age of German Idealism

   Seidel, G.J. (1993) Fichte’s Wissenschaftslehre of 1794: A Commentary on Part 1

   Martin, W.M. (1997) Idealism and Objectivity: Understanding Fichte’s Jena Project

   Zöller, G. (1998) Fichte’s Transcendental Philosophy: The Original Duplicity of Intelligence and Will

+ Horstmann, R.-P. (2000) ‘The early philosophy of Fichte and Schelling’, in K. Ameriks (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to German Idealism

   Beiser, F. (2002) German Idealism, part 2

 

@ Fichte: metaphysics and relation to Kant’s first critique

   Kant [1799] ‘Open letter on Fichte’s Wissenschaftslehre’, in I. Kant, Philosophical Correspondence, 1759-99, trans. A. Zweig 1967

   Lachs, J. (1972) ‘Fichte’s Idealism’, American Philosophical Quarterly 91

   Mandt, A.J. (1984) ‘Fichte’s idealism in theory and practice’, Idealistic Studies 14

   Taber, J. (1984) ‘Fichte’s emendation of Kant’, Kant-Studien 75

* Philonenko, A. (1988) ‘Fichte and the critique of metaphysics’, Philosophical Forum 19(2-3)

   Reid, J.D. (2003) ‘On the unity of theoretical subjectivity in Kant and Fichte’, Review of Metaphysics 57

 

@ Fichte on consciousness and self-consciousness

   Fichte, J.G. [1794-95] The Science of Knowledge

   Fichte, J.G. [1795-96] Foundations of Natural Right, §3

* Henrich, D. [1966] ‘Fichte’s original insight’ in D.E. Christensen et al. (ed.) Contemporary German Philosophy Vol. 1, 1982

   Henrich, D. [1970] ‘Self-consciousness: a critical introduction to a theory’, Man and World 4(1), 1971

   Tugendhat, Ernst [1979] Self-Consciousness and Self-Determination, tr. 1986, lectures 3-4 (critique of Henrich 1966 and 1970)

   Pippin, Robert (1988) ‘Fichte’s contribution’ in Philosophical Forum 19(2-3), revised as ch. 3 of his Hegel’s Idealism: The Satisfactions of Self-Consciousness, 1989

   Neuhouser, F. (1990) Fichte’s Theory of Subjectivity

   Ameriks, Karl (2000) Kant and the Fate of Autonomy, ch. 5 ‘Kant, Fichte and appereception’

   Zöller, Günter (2002) The individuality of the I in Fichte’s second Jena Wissenschaftslehre, 1796-1799’, in Daniel Breazeale and Tom Rockmore (eds) New Essays on Fichte’s Later Jena Wissenschaftslehre

   La Vopa, A. (2001) Fichte: The Self and the Calling of Philosophy

   Neuhouser, Frederick (2001) ‘The efficacy of the rational being (first proposition: §1)’, in J-C. Merle (ed.) Johann Gottlieb Fichte: Grundlage des Naturrechts, Klassiker Auslegen

   Breazeale, D. (2005) ‘Check or checkmate? On the finitude of the Fichtean self’, in K. Ameriks and D. Sturma (eds.) The Modern Subject

 

@ Fichte’s philosophy of right (general)

   (Including the relation between ethics and right)

   Fichte. J.G. [1795-96] Foundations of Natural Right, §3

   Philonenko, A. (1968) Théorie et praxis dans la pensée morale et politique de Kant et de Fichte en 1793, 2nd ed. 1988

   Renaut, A. (1986) Le système du droit. Philosophie et droit dans la pensée de Fichte

   Neuhouser, F. (1990) Fichte’s Theory of Subjectivity, chs. 3-4

   Hösle, V. (1992) ‘Zur Interpretation von Fichtes Theorie der Intersubjectivität’, in Fichtes Lehre von Rechstverhältnisse: Die Deduktion der §§1-4 der Grundlage des Naturrechts und ihre Stellung in der Rechtsphilosophie

   Shell, S. (1992) ‘“A determined stand”: freedom and security in Fichte’s Science of Right’, Polity 25

   Williams, R.R. (1992) Recognition: Fichte and Hegel on the Other

   Ferry, L. [198?] Political Philosophy1: Rights: The New Quarrel between the Ancients and the Moderns tr. F. Philip 1990, ch. 4

   Williams, Robert R. (1994) ‘The question of the other in Fichte’s thought’, in D. Breazeale & T. Rockmore (eds.) Fichte: Historical Contexts/Contemporary Controversies

* Martin, W.M. (1997) Idealism and Objectivity: Understanding Fichte’s Jena Project, chs. 4-6

   Zöller, G. (1998) Fichte’s Transcendental Philosophy: The Original Duplicity of Intelligence and Will chs. 3-8

+ Neuhouser, F. (2000) ‘Introduction’ to Fichte, Foundations of Natural Right, tr. M. Baur

   Breazeale, D. and Rockmore, T. (2006) Rights, Bodies and Recognition: New Essays on Fichte’s Foundations of Natural Right

   Beck, G. (2008) Fichte and Kant on Freedom, Rights, and Law

   James, D. (2010)  Fichte’s reappraisal of Kant’s theory of cosmopolitan right’, History of European Ideas 36

   James, D. (2011) Fichte’s Social and Political Philosophy, ch. 1 (second entry)

   Nakhimovsky, I. (2011) The Closed Commercial State: Perpetual Peace and Commercial Society from Rousseau to Fichte

 

@ Fichte on intersubjectivity (second theorem in FNR and elswhere)

   Fichte, J.G. [1794] Foundations of Natural Right, §3

   Lauth, Reinhard (1962) ‘le problème de l’interpersonalité chez J. G. Fichte’, Archives de Philosophie 35

   Hunter, C.K. (1973) Der Interpersonalitätsbeweis in Fichtes früher angewandter Philosophie

   Düsing, Edith (1986) Intersubjektivität und Selbstbewusstsein: behavioristische, phänomenologische und idealitische Begrundungstheorien bei Mead, Schutz, Fichte und Hegel

   Williams, Robert R. (1992) ‘The question of the other in Fichte’s thought,’ in D. Breazeale and T. Rockmore (eds) Fichte: Historical Context and Contemporary Controversies

   Cesa, Claudio (1992) ‘Zur Interpretation von Fichtes Theorie der Intersubjektivitat,” in Michael Kahlo, Ernst A. Wolff, and Rainer Zaczyk

   Radrizzani, Ives (1993) Vers la fondation de l’intersubjectivité chez Fichte. Des Principes à la Nova Methodo

   Williams, Robert R. (1995) ‘The other: F.H. Jacobi and German idealism’, in A.B. Collins (ed.) Hegel on the Modern World

   Franks, P. (1996) ‘The discovery of the other: Cavell, Fichte and scepticism’, Common Knowledge 5

   Redding, Paul (1996) Hegel’s Hermeneutics, ch. 5 ‘Hegel’s recognitive theory of spirit’

   Moggach, D. (1999) ‘Reciprocity, elicitation, recognition: the thematics of intersubjectivity in the early Fichte’, Dialogue 38(2)

   Giassi, L. (2000) ‘De la déduction fichtéene à la phénoménologie hégélienne: le concept d’intersubjectivité’, in M. Beinenstock and M. Crampe-Casnabet (eds.) Dans quelle mesure la philosophie est pratique. Fichte, Hegel

   Honneth, Axel (2001) ‘Die transzendentale Notwendigkeit von Intersubjektivität (Zweiten Lehrsatz: §3)’, in J-C. Merle (ed.) Johann Gottlieb Fichte: Grundlage des Naturrechts, Klassiker Auslegen, reprinted with a slightly different title in Honneth’ss Unsichtbarkeit. Stationen einer Theorie der Intersubjektivität

   Brinkmann, Klaus (2002) ‘The deduction of intersubjectivity in Fichte’s Grundlage des Naturrechts’, in D. Breazeale and T. Rockmore (eds.) New Essays on Fichte’s Later Jena Wissenschaftslehre

   Beiser, Frederick (2002) German Idealism, part 2 ch. 8 ‘ The Structure of Intersubjectivity’

   Scribner, F.S. (2002) “The ‘subtle matter’ of intersubjectivity in the Grundlage des Naturrechts’, in D.Breazeale and T. Rockmore (eds.) New Essays on Fichte’s Later Jena Wissenschaftslehre

   Siemek, M.J. (2003) ‘Fichtes und Hegels Konzept der Intersubjektivität’, Fichte-Studien 23

   Gardner, Sebastian (2005) ‘Sartre, intersubjectivity, and German Idealism’, Journal of the History of Philosophy 43 (see pp. 337-40)

   Wood, Allen (2006) ‘Fichte’s intersubjective I’, Inquiry 49(1)

 

@ Fichte on recognition (third theorem in FNR)

   (Also material on the whole deduction of right from self-consciousness, theorems 1-3)

   Fichte. J.G. [1795-96] Foundations of Natural Right, §4

   Philonenko, A. (1966) La Liberté Humaine dans la Philosophie de Fichte, 2nd ed. 1980

   Siep, Ludwig (1977) ‘Methodische und Systematische Probleme in Fichtes Grundlage des Naturrechts’, in K. Hammacher

+ Wood, Allen (1990) Hegel’s Ethical Thought, ch. 4

   Wolff, E.A. and Zaczyk, R. (1992) Fichtes Lehre vom Rechtsverhältnis: Die Deduktion der §§1-4 der “Grundlage des Naturrechts” und ihre Stellung in der Rechtsphilosophie

   Shell, S. (1992) ‘“A determined stand”: freedom and security in Fichte’s Science of Right’, section 1, Polity 25(1)

   Williams, Robert R. (1997) Hegel’s Ethics of Recognition, ch. 2 ‘Recognition in Fichte and Schelling’ (2nd entry) [1]

+ Chitty, Andrew (1998) ‘Recognition and social relations of production’, section 1, Historical Materialism 2

   Herbert, G.B. (1998) ‘Fichte’s deduction of rights from self-consciousness’, Interpretation: A Journal of Political Philosophy 25(2)

   Fischbach, F. (1999) Fichte et Hegel: la reconnaissance, section on Fichte

   Nowak-Juchacz, E. (2003) ‘Das Anerkennungsprinzip bei Kant, Fichte und Hegel’, Fichte-Studien 23

   Mather, R. (2003) ‘On the concepts of recognition’, Fichte-Studien 23

   Darwall, S. (2005), ‘Fichte and the second person standpoint’, International Yearbook of German Idealism, vol. 3

   Zöller, Gunther (2008) ‘The second person: Fichte’s contribution’, Sophia Philosophical Review 2(2)

   Ware, O. (2010) ‘Fichte’s voluntarism’, European Journal of Philosophy 18(2)

   Nomer, F. (2010) ‘Fichte and the relationship between self-positing and rights’, Journal of the History of Philosophy 48(4)

 

@ Fichte on property

   Neuhouser, Frederick (1994) ‘Fichte and the relationship between right and morality’, in D. Breazeale and T. Rockmore (eds.) Fichte: Historical Contexts/ Contemporary Controversies

   Perru, O. (1998) ‘Rapports de droit et propriete selon Fichte’, Revue Philosophique de Louvain 96(3), pp. 489-495

   Patten, A. (1999) Hegel’s Idea of Freedom ch. 5 sec. 4

   James, D. (2010) ‘Fichte’s theory of property’, European Journal of Political Theory 9(2)

   James, D. (2011) Fichte’s Social and Political Philosophy, ch. 1

 

@ Fichte’s ethics

   Fichte, J.G. [1798] System of Ethics in accordance with the Principles of the Wissenschaftslehre, tr. G. Zöller and D. Breazeale 2005

+ Wood, Allen (1999) ‘The ‘I’ as principle of practical philosophy’, in S. Sedgwick (ed.) The Reception of Kant’s Critical Philosophy: Fichte Schelling and Hegel, also available online

   Breazeale, D. (2008), ‘The first-person standpoint of Fichte’s ethics’, Philosophy Today 52(3-4)

 

@ Fichte’s distinction between right and ethics

   Ferry, L. (1988) ‘The distinction between law and ethics in the early philosophy of Fichte’, Philosophical Forum 19(2-3)

   Neuhouser, Frederick (1994) ‘Fichte and the relationship between right and morality’, in D. Breazeale and T. Rockmore (eds.) Fichte: Historical Contexts/ Contemporary Controversies

   James, D. (2009), ‘The relation of right to morality in Fichte’s Jena theory of the state and society’, History of European Ideas 35

 

@ Fichte and Hegel: general

   Science of Logic, tr. Miller pp. 77, 709

   Lectures on the History of Philosophy, tr. Haldane and Simson vol. 3 pp. 479-506 ‘Fichte’

   Siep, Ludwig (1970) Hegels Fichtekritik und die Wissenschaftslehre von 1804

   Taylor, Charles (1975) Hegel, ch. 1

   Seidel, G.J. (1976) Activity and Ground: Fichte, Schelling and Hegel

   Solomon, Robert (1983) In the Spirit of Hegel, chs. 1-2

   Kelly, G. (1969) Idealism, Politics and History: The Sources of Hegelian Thought

   Seidel, G.J. (1976) Activity and Ground: Fichte, Schelling and Hegel

+ Beiser, F.C. (1993) ‘Introduction: Hegel and the problem of metaphysics’, in F.C. Beiser (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to  Hegel

   Houlgate, Stephen (1994) ‘Hegel and Fichte: recognition, otherness and absolute knowing’, The Owl of Minerva 26(1)

 

@ Fichte and Hegel: recognition

   (See ‘Recognition in the Jena writings’ and ‘Recognition and the master-servant relation in the Phenomenology: the role of Fichte’)

 

@ Romanticism and Hegel (Novalis, Schlegel)

   (For Schelling see ‘Schelling’)

   (For Hölderlin see ‘Hölderlin and Hegel’)

   Werner, A.S. (1980) Spirit and Politics in German Idealism and Romanticism: G.W.F. Hegel and Friedrich Schlegel

   Beiser, F.C. (1992) Enlightenment, Revolution and Romanticism: The Genesis of Modern German Political Thought 1790-1800

   Beiser, F.C. (ed.) (1996) The Early Political Writings of The German Romantics

   Beiser, F.C. (2004) The Romantic Imperative: The Concept of Early German Romanticism

   Frank, M. (2003) The Philosophical Foundations of Early German Romanticism

 

@ Schelling

   (Including Schelling on recognition)

   (See also ‘Schellingian critiques of Hegel’)

   Schelling, F.W.J. [1795] ‘Of the I as the principle of philosophy’, in The Unconditional in Human Knowledge: Four Early Essays (1794-96), tr. F. Marti 1980

   Schelling, F.W.J. [1795] ‘Philosophical letters on dogmatism and criticism’, in The Unconditional in Human Knowledge: Four Early Essays (1794-96), tr. F. Marti 1980

   Schelling, F.W.J. [1800] System of Transcendental Idealism, tr. P. Heath 1978, introduction and part 1 available online (Williams 1997: see esp. pp. 160-174, the first exposition of freedom as intersubjective, following Fichte’s hints in GNR)

+ Schelling, F.W.J. [1801] ‘Presentation of my system of philosophy’, tr. M. Vater, Philosophical Forum 31(4), 2001

   Schelling, F.W.J. [1802] ‘Further presentations from the system of philosophy’, tr. M. Vater, Philosophical Forum 31(4), 2001 (co-authored by Hegel)

   Schelling, F.W.J. [1809] Philosophical Investigations into the Nature of Human Freedom, tr. 2002; also as Of Human Freedom, tr. J. Gutmann 1936

   Schelling, F.W.J. [1833-34] On the History of Modern Philosophy, tr. A. Bowie 1994

   Feuerbach, L. [1839] ‘Towards a critique of Hegel’s philosophy’ in L.S. Stepelevich (ed.) The Young Hegelians 1983, pp. 116-120, reprinted in Stern (ed.) G.W.F. Hegel: Critical Assessments vol. 1, c. pp. 118-122

   Heidegger [19?] Schelling’s Treatise on the Essence of Human Freedom, Ohio University Press, c. p. 163

+ Cerf, W. (1977) ‘Speculative philosophy and intellectual intuition’, secs 1-3, in Harris and Cerf (eds.) The Difference Between Fichte’s and Schelling’s System of Philosophy

   Marx, W. (1984) The Philosophy of F.W.J. Schelling: History, System, Freedom

   White, A. (1983) Schelling: An Introduction to the System of Freedom

   Bowie, A. (1990) Aesthetics and Subjectivity: from Kant to Nietzsche, 2nd ed. 2002, ch. on Schelling

   Bowie, A. (1993) Schelling and Modern European Philosophy: An Introduction

   Snow, D.E. (1996) Schelling and the End of Idealism

   Williams, Robert R. (1997) Hegel’s Ethics of Recognition, ch. 2 ‘Recognition in Fichte and Schelling’ (Better on Schelling than Fichte) [1]

+ Horstmann, R.-P. (2000) ‘The early philosophy of Fichte and Schelling’, in K. Ameriks (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to German Idealism

   Beierwaltes W. (2002) ‘The legacy of Neoplatonism in F. W. J. Schelling’s thought’, International Journal of Philosophical Studies 10(4)

   Lawrence, J.P. (2003) ‘Spinoza in Schelling: appropriation through critique’, Idealistic Studies 33(2-3)

 

@ Schelling’s Philosophy of Nature

   Schelling, F.W.J. [1797] Ideas for a Philosophy of Nature, tr. E. Harris and P. Heath 1988

   Schelling, F.W.J. [1799] First Outline of a System of the Philosophy of Nature, tr. K.R. Peterson 2004

   Schelling, F.W.J. [1800] System of Transcendental Idealism, tr. P. Heath 1978, pp. 83-133

 

@ Schelling’s early systems and Hegel

   (See also ‘Schellingian critique of Hegel’)

   Nauen, F. G. (1971) Revolution, Idealism and Human Freedom: Schelling, Holderlin and Hegel and the Crisis of Early German Idealism

   Seidel, G.J. (1976) Activity and Ground: Fichte, Schelling and Hegel

   Solomon, Robert (1983) In the Spirit of Hegel, chs. 1-2

 

@ Hölderlin and Hegel, Hoelderlin and Hegel

   Hölderlin, F., Friedrich Hölderlin. Essays and Letters on Theory, ed. T. Pfau, 1988

   Henrich, D. [1965-66] ‘Hölderlin on judgment and being’, in his The Course of Remembrance and Other Essays on Hölderlin, 1997

   Henrich, D. [1967] ‘Hegel and Hölderlin’, in his The Course of Remembrance and Other Essays on Hölderlin, 1997

   Henrich, D. (1970) ‘Some historical presuppositions of Hegel’s system’, in D.E. Christensen (ed.) Hegel and the Philosophy of Religion:The Wofford Symposium

   Nauen, F. G. (1971) Revolution, Idealism and Human Freedom: Schelling, Holderlin and Hegel and the Crisis of Early German Idealism

   Henrich, D. [1973] ‘The place of Hölderlin’s “Judgment and Being”‘, in his Between Kant and Hegel: Lectures on German Idealism, 2003

   Olson, A.M. (1982) ‘Renunciation and metaphysics: an examination of dialectic in Hölderlin and Hegel during their Frankfurt period’, Man and World 15(2)

   Förster, E. (1995) ‘To lend wings to physics once again: Hölderlin and the Oldest System Programme of German Idealism’, European Journal of Philosophy 3

   Henrich, D. (1997) ‘Hölderlin in Jena’, in his The Course of Remembrance and Other Essays on Hölderlin

 

@ DEVELOPMENT OF HEGEL’S THOUGHT

 

@ Biographies (intellectual)

   Rosenkranz, K. [1844] Georg Wilhem Friedrich Hegels Leben, reprinted 1969

   Haym, R. [1852] Hegel und seine Zeit, reprinted 1962

   Kaufmann, Walter (1965) Hegel: Reinterpretation, Texts and Commentary

   Althaus, H. [1992] Hegel: An Intellectual Biography, tr. 2000

   Pinkard, Terry (2000) Hegel: A Biography

 

@ Early development as a whole (Stuttgart, Tübingen, Berne, Frankfurt, Jena)

   Haering, T. (1929) Hegel, sein Wollen und sein Werk

   Hyppolite, J. [1948] Introduction to Hegel’s Philosophy of History, tr. 1996

   Lukacs, G. [1948] The Young Hegel

   Asveld, P. (1953) La Pensée Religieuse du jeune Hegel

* Harris, H.E. (1972) Hegel’s Development I: Towards the Sunlight (1770-1801)

   Plant, R. (1973) Hegel: An Introduction, 2nd ed. 1983

* Harris, H.E. (1983) Hegel’s Development II: Night Thoughts (Jena 1801-1806)

   Dickey, L. (1987) Hegel: Religion, Economics and the Politics of Spirit, 1770-1807

   Wylleman, A. (ed.) (1989) Hegel on the Ethical Life, Religion and Philosophy (1793-1807)

+ Harris, H.S. (1993) ‘Hegel’s intellectual development to 1807’, in F.C. Beiser (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to Hegel

   Crites, S. (1998) Dialectic and Gospel in the Development of Hegel’s Thinking

 

@ Stuttgart and Tübingen writings (1777-93)

   Lukacs, G. [1948] The Young Hegel, ch. 1

   Lacorte, C. (1959) Il Primo Hegel

* Harris, H.E. (1972) Hegel’s Development I: Towards the Sunlight (1770-1801), chs. 1-2

   Plant, R. (1973) Hegel: An Introduction, 2nd ed. 1983, ch. 1

   Althaus, H. [1992] Hegel: An Intellectual Biography, tr. M. Tarsh 2000, ch. 2

   Pinkard (2000) Hegel: A Biography, chs. 1-2

 

@ Berne and Frankfurt writings (1793-1800)

   Lukacs, G. [1948] The Young Hegel, chs. 2-8

   Wahl, J. (1929) Le malheur de la conscience dans la philosophie de Hegel

   Kaufmann, Walter (1954) ‘Hegel’s antitheological phase’, Philosophical Review 63

   Kaufmann, Walter (1960) ‘The young Hegel and religion’ in his The Owl and the Nightingale: From Shakespeare to Existentialism, reprinted in MacIntyre (ed.) Hegel: A Collection of Critical Essays

   Walsh, W.H. (1963) Metaphysics, ch. 9, reprinted in Inwood (ed.) Hegel

   Kaufmann, Walter (1965) Hegel: Reinterpretation, Texts and Commentary, ch. 1

* Harris, H.E. (1972) Hegel’s Development I: Towards the Sunlight (1770-1801), chs. 3-5

   Young, W. (1972) Hegel’s Dialectical Method

   Plant, R. (1973) Hegel: An Introduction, 2nd ed. 1983, chs. 2-3

   Taylor, Charles (1975) Hegel, ch. 2

   Schmidt, J. (1980-81) ‘Recent Hegel literature: general surveys and the young Hegel’, Telos 46, Winter 1980-81

+ Solomon, Robert (1983) In the Spirit of Hegel, ch. 3

   Dickey, L. (1987) Hegel: Religion, Economics and the Politics of Spirit, 1770-180, introduction, chs. 1-4

   Althaus, H. [1992] Hegel: An Intellectual Biography, tr. M. Tarsh 2000, chs. 2-4

   Bondeli, M. (ed.) (1999) Hegels Denkenentwicklung in der Berner und Frankfurter Zeit

+ Pinkard (2000) Hegel: A Biography, chs. 3-4

   Adams, G.P. (1910) The Mystical Element in Hegel’s Early Theological Writings, reprinted 2005

 

@ Natural theology and the young Hegel

   (This is the attempt to establish the existence and properties of God and the essential doctrines of religion on the basis of reason)

   (See also ‘Kant and Fichte’s theology and Hegel’)

   Rousseau, J.J. [1762] Emile, book 4

   Reimarus [1774-77] Fragments (originally published as Fragmente des Wolfenbuttelschen ungenannten)

   Lessing, G.E. [1779] Nathan the Wise

   Lessing, G.E. [1780] The Education of the Human Race

   Herder [1787] God:  Some Conversations

   Pfleiderer, O. [18?] The Development of Theology in Germany since Kant

 

@ Civil religion and the young Hegel

   Dickey, L. (1987) Hegel: Religion, Economics and the Politics of Spirit, 1770-1807, introduction

   Shanks, A. (1991) Hegel’s Political Theology

 

@ Progressive theories of history and the young Hegel

   Löwith, K. (1949) Meaning in History

   Dickey, L. (1987) Hegel: Religion, Economics and the Politics of Spirit, 1770-180, chs. 1-2

 

@ Jena writings (1801-06): general

   (‘Jena systems’ refers to the logic and metaphysics of 1801-2 (largely lost), JS1 (1st Jena System, 1803-4: philosophy of nature, spirit), JS2 (2nd Jena System, 1804-5: logic, metaphysics, philosophy of nature), JS3 (3rd Jena System, 1805-6: philosophy of nature, spirit))

   Schmidt, J. (1981) ‘Recent Hegel literature: the Jena period and the Phenomenology of Spirit’, Telos 48

   Harris, H.E. (1983) Hegel’s Development II: Night Thoughts (Jena 1801-1806)

 

@ Jena writings: logic and metaphysics

   The Jena System 1804-5: Logic and Metaphysics (second Jena system)

   Hyppolite, J. [1938] ‘The concept of life and consciousness of life in Hegel’s Jena philosophy’, in his Studies in Hegel and Marx, tr. 1969

   Düsing, K. (1980) ‘Idealistische Substanzmetaphysik. Problem der Systementwicklung bei Schelling und Hegel in Jena’, Hegel-Studien Beiheft 20: Hegel in Jena

   Harris, H.E. (1983) Hegel’s Development II: Night Thoughts (Jena 1801-1806), ch. 1 ‘The new logic and the old metaphysics’

 

@ Jena writings: politics, ethics and religion

   (For the ‘Essay on natural law’ see ‘Essay on natural law’)

   (For recognition in these works see ‘Recognition in the Jena writings’)

   (For politics and ethics of the Phenomenology see ‘Moral and political stance of the Phenomenology’)

   Essay on Natural Law

   System of Ethical Life

   First Philosophy of Spirit (first Jena system)

   Hegel and the Human Spirit (third Jena system)

   Ilting, K.-H. (1963-64) ‘Hegels Auseinandersetzung mit der aristotelischen Politik’, Philosophisches Jahrbuch 71

   Habermas, J. [1966] ‘On Hegel’s political writings’, in his Theory and Practice

   Kimmerle, H. (1970) Das Problem der Abgeschlossenheit des Denkens: Hegels System der Philosophie in den Jahren 1800-1804

   Riedel, M. [1967] ‘Criticism of natural law theory’, as ch. 3 of  his Between Tradition and Revolution, tr. W. Wright 1984

   Horstmann, R.-P. (1972) ‘Probleme der Wandlung in Hegels Jenaer Systemkonzeption’, Philosophische Rundschau 19

   Harris, H.S. (1979) ‘Introduction to the System of Ethical Life’, in System of Ethical Life and First Philosophy of Spirit, tr. H.S. Harris and T.M. Knox

   Kimmerle, H. (1980) ‘Hegel’s lectures on natural law’, in D.P. Verene (ed.) Hegel’s Social and Political Thought

   Rose, G. (1981) Hegel Contra Sociology

* Harris, H.E. (1983) Hegel’s Development ll: Night Thoughts (Jena 1801-1806)

   Taminiaux, J. (1984) Naissance de la Philosophie Hégélienne de l’Etat: Commentaire et Traduction de la Realphilosophie d’Iéna (1805-1806), Introduction (Paris: Payot)

   Bienenstock, M. (1985) ‘Hegel’s Jena writings; recent trends in research’, Bulletin of the Hegel Society of Great Britain 11

   Gerard, G. (1986) ‘La fin du droit naturel Hegelien d’Iena selon les comptes rendus de Karl Rosenkranz et de Rudolf Haym’, Revue Philosophique de Louvain 84:64

   Dickey, L. (1987) Hegel: Religion, Economics and the Politics of Spirit, 1770-1807

   Wood, Allen (1990) Hegel’s Ethical Thought, ch. 7

   Bienenstock, M. (1992) Politique du Jeune Hegel: Iéna 1801-1806

 

@ Essay on Natural Law (1802-03)

   Essay on Natural Law

   Riedel, M. [1967] ‘Criticism of natural law theory’, as ch. 3 of  his Between Tradition and Revolution, tr. W. Wright 1984

   Pinson, J.-C. (1988) ‘Hegel et l’empirisme dans l’ecrit sur le droit naturel de 1802-1803’, Archives de Philosophie 51

   Cruysberghis, P. (1989) ‘Hegel’s critique of modern natural law’, in A. Wylleman (ed.) Hegel on the Ethical Life, Religion and Philosophy (1793-1807)

   Bourgeois, B. (1986) Le droit naturel de Hegel (1802-03): Commentaire

 

@ Natural law and Hegel

   (In his early and later political philosophy, and both classical natural law based on the idea of nature and modern natural law based on the ideas of freedom, will and reason; for the former see also ‘Greek philosophy in general and Hegel’, for the latter see also ‘Freedom and free will as the basis of the Philosophy of Right ‘)

   (For Essay on Natural Law see ‘Essay on Natural Law’)

   (For Aquinas, see ‘Aquinas and Hegel’)

   Bobbio, N. [1966] ‘Hegel e il giusnaturalismo’, Rivista di Filosofia 57, pp. 379-407, tr. into German as ‘Hegel und die Naturrechtslehre’ in M. Riedel (ed.) Materialien zu Hegels Rechtsphilosophie vol. 1, 1974

   Ilting, K.-H. (1971) ‘The structure of Hegel’s Philosophy of Right, in Z. Pelczynski (ed.) Hegel’s Political Philosophy

   Mitias, M.H. (1982) ‘Hegel’s conception of law’, Rivista Internazionale di Filosofia del Diritto 59

   Burns, T. (1996) Natural Law and Political Ideology in the Philosophy of Hegel

   Fonnesu, L. and Henry, B. (eds.) (2000) Diritto naturale e filosofia classica tedesca

 

@ Differenzschrift and Faith and Knowledge

   Wright, K. (1983) ‘The identity of identity and non-identity’, Idealistic Studies 13

 

@ RECOGNITION AND INTERSUBJECTIVITY

   (Recognition is ‘acknowledging someone as something’; intersubjectivity is the constitution of subjectivity or selfhood, or of a certain sort of self, or of a certain self-conception, through relations between subjects)

   (Constitutive recognition recognition that gives rise to intersubjectivity – recognition that constitutes the recognised as a self or a certain sort of self . For this see headings with that phrase in them)

   (For Hegel’s concept of spirit and the sociality of the self see respectively ‘Spirit’ and ‘Community and individual, sociality of the self in Hegel’)

   (For recognition in Hegel’s work as a whole, and for Fichte-Hegel comparisons on recognition, see ‘Recognition in the Jena writings’)

   (See also A social and political philosophy bibliography: ‘Recognition’)

 

@ Recognition: the concept

   Cavell, S. (1976) ‘Knowing and acknowledging’, In Must We Mean What We Say: A Book of Essays

   Darwall, S.L. (1977) ‘Two kinds of respect’, Ethics 88(1)

+ Inwood, Michael (1992) A Hegel Dictionary, entry on recognition

   Brandom, Robert B. (2007) ‘The structure of desire and recognition: self-consciousness and self-constitution’, Philosophy and Social Criticism  33(1), reprinted in H. Ikäheimo and A. Laitinen (eds) Recognition and Social Ontology, 2011, originally published as iSelbstbewusstsein und Selbst-Konstitution’, in Christoph Halbig, Michael Quante and Ludwig Siep (eds) Hegels Erbe, 2004

   Honneth, Axel (2001) ‘Recognition I: Invisibility: on the epistemology of “recognition’”, Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society Supplementary Volume 75

   Ikäheimo, H. (2002) ‘On the genus and species of recognition’, Inquiry 45(4)

* Ikäheimo, H. and Laitinen, A. (2007) ‘Analysing recognition: identification, acknowledgement and recognitive attitudes between persons’, in B. van den Brink and D. Owen (eds.) Recognition and Power: Axel Honneth and the Tradition of Critical Social Theory

 

@ Recognition and intersubjectivity: histories

   Theunissen, M. [1965] The Other: Studies in the Social Ontology of Husserl, Heidegger, Sartre and Buber, 2nd German ed. 1977, trans. 1984

   Buber, M. (1965) ‘The history of the dialogical principle’, in Between Man and Man

   Trilling, L. (1969) Sincerity and Authenticity

   Roth, M.S. (1988) Knowing and History: Appropriations of Hegel in Twentieth Century France

   Taylor, Charles (1989) Sources of the Self

   Honneth, Axel [1992] The Struggle for Recognition, tr. 1995

   Crossley, N.B. (1996) Intersubjectivity

   Todorov, T. (2001) Life in Common. An Essay in General Anthropology

   Ricoeur, P. (2005) The Course of Recognition, part 3

 

@ Recognition in Plato and Aristotle

   Plato, Phaedrus, esp. 255d

   Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics 1166a31, 1170b6

   Irwin, T.H. (1988) Aristotle’s First Principles, ch. 18

   Karavakou, V. (2003) ‘Friendship and recognition in Aristotle and Hegel’, Philosophical Inquiry 25(3-4)

 

@ Recognition in Fichte

   (See ‘Fichte on recognition and intersubjectivity’)

 

@ Life and love in Frankfurt, Jena and the Phenomenology

   (See also ‘Life in Hegel’s mature system’)

   Hegel, ‘The Spirit of Christianity and its Fate’, ‘Love’ , and ‘Fragment of a System’ in Early Theological Writings

   Hegel, ‘Two fragments of 1797 on love’, Clio 8(2), 1979

   Hegel, Phenomenology of Spirit, §§169-172

   Marcuse, H. [1932] Hegel’s Ontology and the Theory of Historicity, chs. 18-25

   Hyppolite, J. [1936] ‘The concept of life and consciousness of life in Hegel’s Jena philosophy’, in his Studies in Hegel and Marx, tr. 1969

   Pöggeler, O. (1966) ‘Die Komposition des Phänomenologie des Geistes’, Hegel-Studien, Beiheft 3, reprinted in Fulda and Henrich (eds.) Materialien zu Hegels Phänomenologie des Geistes 1973, pp. 329-390

   Gadamer, Hans-Georg [1973] ‘Hegel’s dialectic of self-consciousness’, in Hegel’s Dialectic: Five Hermeneutical Studies

   Harris, H.S. (1980) ‘The concept of recognition in Hegel’s Jena manuscripts’, Hegel-Studien, Beiheft 20, reprinted in J. O’Neill (ed.) Hegel’s Dialectic of Desire and Recognition, 1996

   Wright, K. (1983) ‘Hegel: The identity of identity and non-identity’, Idealistic Studies 13

   Düsing, E. (1990) ‘Genesis des Selbstbewußtseins durch Anerkennung und Liebe: Untersuchungen zu Hegels Theorie der konkreten Subjektivität’, in L. Eley (ed.) Hegels Theorie des Subjektiven Geistes

   Freiberger, E.D. (1997) The Genesis of Hegel’s Concept of Life: A Translation of the 1803 and 1805 Jena Lectures on the Organic with an Historical Introduction and Commentary, dissertation, abstract available online

   Ormiston A. (2004) Love and Politics: Re-Interpreting Hegel

   Sembou, E. (2006) ‘The young Hegel on ‘life’ and ‘love’’, Bulletin of the Hegel Society of Great Britain 53-54

 

@ Love in Hegel’s mature writings

   Ikäheimo, H. (2010) ‘Making the best of what we are: recognition as an ontological and ethical concept’, in H.-C. Schmidt am Busch and C. Zurn (eds) The Philosophy of Recognition: Historical and Critical Perspectives

   Ikäheimo, H. (2011) ‘Holism and normative essentialism in Hegel’s social ontology’, in H. Ikäheimo and A. Laitinen (eds) Recognition and Social Ontology

 

@ Recognition in Hegel’s work as a whole

   Williams, Robert R. (1992) Recognition: Fichte and Hegel on the Other

   Williams, Robert R. (1997) Hegel’s Ethics of Recognition

   Pippin, Robert (2008) Hegel’s Practical Philosophy: Rational Agency as Ethical Life , ch. 7 ‘Hegelian sociality: recognitive status’

   Anderson, S.S.C. (2009) Hegel’s Theory of Recognition: From Oppression to Ethical Liberal Modernity

   Sorensen, A. (ed.) (2009) Dialectics, Self-Consciousness, and Recognition: The Hegelian Legacy

 

@ Recognition in the Jena writings (1801-1806)

   (Including discussions of how Hegel absorbed Fichte’s conceptions of self-consciousness and mutual recognition from SEL through to JS3)

   (For ethics and politics in general in the Jena works see ‘Jena writings (politics, ethics and religion)’)

   (For recognition specifically in Phenomenology see ‘Recognition and the master-servant relation in the Phenomenology’)

   (For labour see ‘Labour in Hegel’)

   Hegel [1801] The Difference Between Fichte’s and Schelling’s System of Philosophy, tr. H.S. Harris and W. Cerf 1977, pp. 142-9

   Hegel [1802] Natural Law, second part

   Hegel [1802] ‘System of Ethical Life’, in System of Ethical Life and First Philosophy of Spirit, pp. 110-152

   Hegel [1803-04] First Jena System (= First Philosophy of Spirit),  in System of Ethical Life and First Philosophy of Spirit section B ‘The negative’, pp. 235-244 (also section C ‘Real existence of the people’, pp. 242-250, on social division of labour and property)

   Hegel [1805-06] Third Jena System, tr. as Hegel and the Human Spirit, pp. 110-120 (also pp. 120-127 on social division of labour, property and contract)

   Hegel [1820s] Lectures on the History of Philosophy, tr. Haladane and Simson, vol. 3 pp. 503-4

* Habermas, J. [1967] ‘Labour and interaction: remarks on Hegel’s Jena Philosophy of Mind’, in his Theory and Practice, tr. J. Viertel 1973

   Theunissen, M. (1973) ‘Die Verwirklichung der Vernunft. zur Theorie-Praxis Diskussion im Anschluss an Hegel’, Philosophische Rundschau Beiheft 6

   Siep, Ludwig [1974] ‘The struggle for recognition. Hegel’s dispute with Hobbes in the Jena writings’, in J. O’Neill , Hegel’s Dialectic of Desire and Recognition: Texts and Commentary, 1996

   Siep, Ludwig (1979) Anerkennung als Prinzip der Praktischen Philosophie: Untersuchungen zu Hegels Jenaer Philosophie des Geistes

   Harris, H.S. (1980) ‘The concept of recognition in Hegel’s Jena manuscripts’, Hegel-Studien, Beiheft 20, reprinted in J. O’Neill (ed.) Hegel’s Dialectic of Desire and Recognition, 1996

   Wildt, A. (1982) Autonomie und Anerkennung: Hegels Moralitätskritik im Lichte seiner Fichte-Rezeption [Autonomy and Recognition: Hegel’s Critique of Morality in the Light of his Reception of Fichte]

   Mercier-Josa, S. (1982) ‘Combat pour la reconnaissance et criminalité’, in D. Henrich and R.-P. Horstmann (eds.) Hegels Philosophie des Rechts

   Habermas, J. [1985] The Philosophical Discourse of Modernity, tr. 1990, lecture 2

   Düsing, E. (1986) Intersubjektivität und Selbstbewusstsein: behavioristische, phänomenologische und idealitische Begrundungstheorien bei Mead, Schutz, Fichte und Hegel

   Jurist, E.L. (1987) ‘Hegel’s concept of recognition’, The Owl of Minerva 19(1)

   Siep, Ludwig (1992) ‘Der Freheitsbegriff der praktischen Philosophie Hegels in Jena’, in his Praktische Philosophie im Deutschen Idealismus

   Honneth, Axel (1992) ‘Moral development and social struggle: Hegel’s early social doctrines’, in A. Honneth et al. (eds.) Cultural-Political Interventions in the Unfinished Project of Enlightenment

   Williams, Robert R. (1992) Recognition: Fichte and Hegel on the Other, ch. 4 ‘The early Hegel and Fichte’

* Honneth, Axel [1992] The Struggle for Recognition, trans. 1995, chs. 1-3

   Beck, G. (1996) ‘From Kant to Hegel: Johann Gottlieb Fichte’s theory of self-consciousness’, History of European Ideas 22(4)

   Williams, Robert R. (1997) Hegel’s Ethics of Recognition, ch. 5 ‘Recognition and right in the Jena manuscripts’

   Fischbach, F. (1999) Fichte et Hegel: la reconnaissance

   Decker, K. (2001) ‘Right and recognition: criminal action and intersubjectivity in Hegel’s early ethics’, History of Political Thought  22(2)

   Testa, I. (2012, forthcoming) ‘How does recognition emerge from nature? The genesis of consciousness in Hegel’s Jena writings’, Critical Horizons

 

@ Recognition and the master-servant relation in the Phenomenology: general

   (Including the section ‘Evil and forgiveness’)

   (See also ‘Slavery in Hegel’, and ‘Labour in Hegel’)

   (See also ‘Recognition in the Philosophy of Spirit (= Philosophy of Mind)’)

   (For relation to Aristotle see ‘Aristotle and Hegel: political philosophies and slavery’)

   Kojève, A. [1947] Introduction to the Reading of Hegel ‘In place of an introduction’

   Hyppolite, J. [19?] ‘Le phénomène de la “reconnaissance universelle” dans l’expérience humaine’, in his Figures de la pensée philosophique, 1991

   Kelly, G.A. (1966) ‘Notes on Hegel’s “Lordship and bondage”‘, Review of Metaphysics 19, reprinted in MacIntyre (ed.) Hegel: A Collection of Critical Essays, in Stern (ed.) G.W.F. Hegel: Critical Assessments vol. 3, and in Stewart (ed.) The Phenomenology of Spirit Reader

   Soll, Ivan (1969) An Introduction to Hegel’s Metaphysics, ch. 1

* Gadamer, Hans-Georg [1973] ‘Hegel’s dialectic of self-consciousness’, in Hegel’s Dialectic: Five Hermeneutical Studies

+ Taylor, Charles (1975) Hegel, ch. 5 sec. 1

   Siep, Ludwig (1992) ‘Zur Dialektik der Anerkennung bei Hegel’, in his Praktische Philosophie im Deutschen Idealismus

   Norman, R. (1976) Hegel’s Phenomenology, ch. 3

   Preuss, P. (1982) ‘Selfhood and battle: the second beginning of the Phenomenology’ in M. Westphal (ed.) Method and Speculation in Hegel’s Phenomenology

+ Solomon, Robert (1983) In the Spirit of Hegel, ch. 8

   Flay, J. (1984) Hegel’s Quest for Certainty, ch. 4 and notes pp. 331-341

   Neuhouser, Frederick (1986) ‘Deducing desire and recognition in the Phenomenology of Spirit’, Journal of the History of Philosophy 24(2)

   Jarczyk, G. and Labarrière, P.-J. (1987) Les premiers combats de la reconnaisance. Maitrîse et servitude dans la Phénomenologie de l’esprit de Hegel

   Gunn, R. (1988) ‘“Recognition” in Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit’, Common Sense 4

   Pippin, Robert (1989) Hegel’s Idealism, ch. 7

+ Wood, Allen (1990) Hegel’s Ethical Thought, ch. 4

   Williams, Robert R. (1992) Recognition: Fichte and Hegel on the Other, chs. 7-8

   Pinkard, Terry (1994) Hegel’s Phenomenology, ch. 3

   Duquette, D. (1994) ‘The political significance of Hegel’s concept of recognition in the Phenomenology’, Bulletin of the Hegel Society of Great Britain 29

   Osborne, P. (1995) The Politics of Time, ch. 3

   O’Neill, J. (ed.) (1996) Hegel’s Dialectic of Desire and Recognition: Texts and Commentary

   Kain, P.J. (1998) ‘Self-consciousness, the other and Hegel’s dialectic of recognition’, Philosophy and Social Criticism

   Siep, Ludwig (1998) ‘Die Bewegung des Anerkennens in der Phänomenologie des Geistes’, in D. Köhler and O. Pöggeler (eds.) G.W.F. Hegel: Phänomenologie des Geistes, Klassiker Auslegen, 2nd ed. 2006

   Rauch, L. and Sherman, D. (1999) Hegel’s Phenomenology of Self-Consciousness: Text and Commentary, part 2

   Williams, Robert R. (1997) Hegel’s Ethics of Recognition, ch. 3 ‘Recognition in the Phenomenology

   Sembou, E. (2003) ‘Hegel’s idea of a struggle for recognition: the Phenomenology of Spirit’, History of Political Thought 24(2)

   Williams, Robert R. (2003) ‘The concept of recognition in Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit’ in A. Denker and M. Vater (eds.) Hegel’s Phenomenology of  Spirit: New Critical Essays

* Houlgate, Stephen (2003) ‘G. W. F. Hegel: The Phenomenology of Spirit’, in R. Solomon and D. Sherman (eds.) The Blackwell Guide to Continental Philosophy, available online

   Pippin, Robert (2004) ‘Recognition and reconciliation: actualized agency in Hegel’s Phenomenology, in K. Ameriks and J. Stolzenberg (eds.) Internationales Jahrbuch des Deutschen Idealismus, vol. 2, reprinted in K. Deligiorgi (ed.) Hegel: New Directions, 2006, also in B. van den Brink and D. Owen (eds.) Recognition and Power: Axel Honneth and the Tradition of Critical Social Theory, 2007

   Burke, V. (2005) ‘Hegel’s concept of mutual recognition: the limits of self-determination’, The Philosophical Forum 36(2)

   Beiser, F. (2005) Hegel, ch. 8 ‘Solipsism and intersubjectivity’

   Brandom, Robert B. (2007) ‘The structure of desire and recognition: self-consciousness and self-constitution’, Philosophy and Social Criticism  33(1), reprinted in H. Ikäheimo and A. Laitinen (eds) Recognition and Social Ontology, 2011, originally published as iSelbstbewusstsein und Selbst-Konstitution’, in Christoph Halbig, Michael Quante and Ludwig Siep (eds) Hegels Erbe, 2004

   Redding, Paul (2008) ‘The independence and dependence of self-consciousness: the dialectic of lord and bondsman in Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit’, in Frederick Beiser (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to Hegel and Nineteenth Century Philosophy

   Neuhouser, Frederick (2009) ‘Desire, recognition, and the relation between bondsman and lord’, in K. Westphal (ed.) The Blackwell Guide to Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit

   Houlgate, Stephen (2009) ‘Why does the development of self-consciousness in Hegel’s Phenomenology make recognition necessary?’, Archivio di Filosofia 77(2-3)

* Quante, M. (2010) ‘“The pure notion of recognition”: reflections on the grammar of the relation of recognition in Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit, in H.-C. Schmidt am Busch, H.-C. and C. Zurn (eds) The Philosophy of Recognition: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives

   Stern, Robert (2012, forthcoming) ‘Is Hegel’s master-slave dialectic a refutation of solipsism?’, British Journal of the Histgory of Philosophy

 

@ Recognition and the master-servant relation in the Phenomenology: the role of Fichte

   Wood, Allen (1990) Hegel’s Ethical Thought, ch. 4 ‘Recognition’

   Stewart, John (2000) The Unity of Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit: A Systematic Interpretation

   Redding, Paul (2005) ‘Fichte’s role in Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit, Chapter 4’ (paper to APA, Pacific Division, Annual Conference, San Francisco, March 25, 2005) , available online

   Redding, Paul (2008) ‘The independence and dependence of self-consciousness: the dialectic of lord and bondsman in Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit’, in Frederick Beiser (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to Hegel and Nineteenth Century Philosophy

   Clarke, James (2009) ‘Fichte and Hegel on recognition’, British Journal for the History of Philosophy 17(2)

   Wood, Allen B. (2013) Fichtean Themes in Hegel’s Dialectic of Recognition,” in Carlos Rendón (ed) in Figure and Experience: Lessons about Hegel’s Phenomenology of Mind

 

@ Recognition in the Philosophy of Spirit (= Philosophy of Mind), universal self-consciousness

   (For comparisons with the earlier writings see ‘Recognition in Hegel’s work as a whole’)

   Philosophy of Spirit §§424-439 (in Hegel’s Philosophy of Mind, or in Philosophy of Subjective Spirit or The Berlin Phenomenology with accompanying lecture notes)

   Chitty, Andrew (1996) ‘On Hegel, the subject and political justification’, sections 2-4, Res Publica 2(2)

   Williams, Robert R. (1997) Hegel’s Ethics of Recognition, ch. 4 ‘Recognition in the Encyclopedia Philosophy of Spirit

   Chitty, Andrew (1998) ‘Recognition and social relations of production’, section 3, Historical Materialism 2

   Ikäheimo, H. (2000) Self-Consciousness and Intersubjectivity: A Study on Hegel’s Encyclopedia Philosophy of Subjective Spirit (1830), also available online

   Ikäheimo, H. (2004) ‘On the Role of Intersubjectivity in Hegel’s Encyclopaedic Phenomenology and Psychology’, Bulletin of the Hegel Society of Great Britain, 49/50, pp. 73-95

 

@ Recognition in the Philosophy of Right

   (For recognition as a particular being in the Philosophy of Right seeSocial role and sense of self (Selbstgefühl) in Hegel’)

   (For other specific areas see ‘Recognition in abstract right’, ‘Freedom and recognition in Hegel’)

   (For Honneth’s view see ‘Honneth on Hegel’)

   Theunissen, M. [1982] ‘The repressed intersubjectivity in Hegel’s philosophy of right’, in D. Cornell et al. (eds.) Hegel and Legal Theory 1991

   Tunick, M. (1992) Hegel’s Political Philosophy: Reinterpreting the Practice of Legal Punishment

   Williams, Robert R. (1997) Hegel’s Ethics of Recognition, part 2 ‘Recognition in the Philosophy of Right

   Patten, A. (1999) Hegel’s Theory of Freedom, chs. 4-6

* Patten, A. (2001) ‘Social contract theory and the politics of recognition in Hegel’s political philosophy’, in R.R. Williams (ed.) Beyond Liberalism and Communitarianism: Studies in Hegel’s Philosophy of Right

* Pippin, Robert (2008) Hegel’s Practical Philosophy: Rational Agency as Ethical Life

   Moyar, D. (2011) Hegel’s Conscience, ch. 5 ‘Mutual recognition’

 

@ Recognition in the Logic

   (See also ‘Metaphysics of Hegel: social-Kantian interpretations’)

   (See also ‘Concept and universal in Hegel, identity and difference’)

   Westphal, M. (1980) ‘Hegel’s theory of the concept’, in W.E. Steinkraus and K.I. Schmidt (eds.) Art and Logic in Hegel’s Philosophy, reprinted in Stern (ed.) G.W.F. Hegel: Critical Assessments vol. 3

   Hösle, V. (1987) Hegels System. Der Idealismus der Subjectivität und das Problem der Intersubjectivität [Hegel’s System: The Idealism of Subjectivity and the Problem of Intersubjectivity], 2 vols

 

@ Slavery in Hegel

   (see also ‘Aristotle and Hegel: political philosophy’)

   Philosophy of Right §§ 21R, 57, 66-7

   Philosophy of Spirit §§ 433A, 482

   ‘Hegel and American Slavery’ (1989) Special issue of Cardozo Law Review 10(5-6)

   Davis, D.B. (1975) The Problem of Slavery in the Age of Revolution, epilogue

   Patterson, O. (1982) Slavery and Social Death

   Smith, S.S. (1992) ‘Hegel on slavery and domination’, Review of Metaphysics 46

   Bull, M. (1998) ‘Slavery and the multiple self’, New Left Review 231

   Buck-Morss, S. (2000) ‘Hegel and Haiti’, Critical Inquiry 26(4)

 

@ Recognition and selfhood in Hegel

   (Recognition by others as a necessary condition of self-consciousness or subjectivity)

   (See ‘Self-consciousness in the Phenomenology’)

 

@ Recognition and freedom in Hegel

   (See ‘Freedom and recognition in Hegel’)

 

@ Marx on recognition

   (See A Marx bibliography: ‘Recognition in Marx’)

 

@ Heidegger on intersubjectivy, recognition and Mitsein

   (See also ‘Heidegger and Hegel’)

   Gadamer, H.G. [1975] ‘Subject and intersubjectivity, subject and person’, Continental Philosophy Review 33(3), 2000

   Dallmayr, F.R. (1980) ‘Heidegger on intersubjectivity’, Human Studies 3

   Mazis, G.A. (1985) ‘Co-being [Mitsein] and meaningful interpersonal relationship in Being And Time’, Journal of the British Society For Phenomenology 16(3)

   Williams, Robert R. (1989) ‘Hegel and Heidegger’, in W. Desmond (ed.) Hegel and his Critics

   Olafson, F.A. (1998) Heidegger and the Ground of Ethics: A Study of Mitsein

   Salem-Wiseman, J. (2003) ‘Heidegger’s Dasein and the liberal conception of the self’, Political Theory  31(4)

   Lewis, M. (2005) Heidegger and the Place of Ethics: Being-With in the Crossing of Heidegger’s Thought [1]

 

@ Kojève (on recognition and in general)

   (See also ‘End of history’)

   Kojève, A. [1946] ‘Hegel, Marx and Christianity’, Interpretation: A Journal of Political Philosophy 1¸1970

   Kojève, A. [1947] Introduction to the Reading of Hegel, tr. J.H. Nichols 1969, esp. pp. 88-99

   Kojève, A. and Strauss, L. (1991) On Tyranny, expanded edition

   Poster, M. (1975) Existential Marxism in Postwar France

   Descombes, V. [1979] Modern French Philosophy, ch. 1

   Riley, P. (1981) ‘Introduction to the reading of Alexandre Kojève’, Political Theory 9(1)

   Goldford, D.J. (1982) ‘Kojève’s reading of Hegel’, International Philosophical Quarterly 22

   Roth, M.S. (1983) ‘A note on Kojève’s phenomenology of right’, Political Theory 11(3)

   Roth, M.S. (1985) ‘A problem of recognition: Alexandre Kojève and the end of history’, History and Theory 24

   Butler, J. (1987) Subjects of Desire: Hegelian Reflections in 20th Century France, ch. 1 and c. pp. 63-87

   Roth, M.S. (1988) Knowing and History: Appropriations of Hegel in Twentieth Century France, ch. 5

   Lynch, R.A. (2001) Mutual recognition and the dialectic of master and slave: reading Hegel against Kojève’, International Philosophical Quarterly 41(1)

 

@ Merleau-Ponty on recognition

   Merleau-Ponty [1946] ‘Hegel’s Existentialism’, in his Sense and Non-Sense, tr. 1992

   Schmidt, J. (1979) ‘Lordship and bondage in Merleau-Ponty and Sartre’, Political Theory 7(2)

 

@ Sartre on recognition

   (See also ‘Sartre and Hegel’)

   Sartre [1943] Being and Nothingness, tr. H.E. Barnes 1956, pt. 3 ch. 1 sec. 4  ‘The Look’ (pp. 252-302) (cf. the preceding commentary on Hegel, pp. 233-252), pt. 3 ch. 3 ‘Concrete Relations with Others’ (pp. 361-433), pt. 4 ch. 2 sec. 3 ‘Quality as a Revelation of Being’ (pp. 600-615)

   Sartre [1946] Anti-Semite and Jew

   Sartre [1946] Existentialism and Humanism

   Sartre [1947-48] Notebooks for an Ethics, tr. 1992, pp. 10-60, 470-560

   Sartre [1961] Introduction to F. Fanon Wretched of the Earth

   Greene, N. (1960) Jean-Paul Sartre: The Existentialist Ethic

+ Warnock, M. (1967) Existentialist Ethics ch. 4

   Theunissen, M. [1965] The Other: Studies in the Social Ontology of Husserl, Heidegger, Sartre and Buber, 2nd German (ed.) 1977, trans. 1984, ch. 6

   Barnes, H. (1967) An Existentialist Ethics

   Schmidt, J. (1979) ‘Lordship and bondage in Merleau-Ponty and Sartre’, Political Theory 7(2)

   Anderson, T.C. (1979) The Foundation and Structure of Sartrean Ethics

   Jeanson, F. (1980) Sartre and the Problem of Morality

   Butler, J. (1987) Subjects of Desire: Hegelian Reflections in 20th Century France, ch. 2

   Honneth, Axel [1992] The Struggle for Recognition, trans. 1995, ch. 7, section on Sartre

   Anderson, T.C. (1993) Sartre’s Two Ethics

   Catalano, J.S. (1996) Good Faith and Other Essays: Perspectives on a Sartrean Ethics

   Gardner, S. (2005) ‘Sartre, intersubjectivity, and German Idealism’, Journal of the History of Philosophy 43(3)

 

@ Althusser on recognition

   (See A Marx bibliography: ‘Althusser: on ideology, recognition and selfhood, interpellation’)

 

@ Habermas on recognition

   (See also ‘Recognition in the Jena writings’)

   Baynes, K. (2002) ‘Freedom and recognition in Hegel and Habermas’, Philosophy & Social Criticism 28(1)

 

@ Theunissen on Hegel

   Theunissen, M. (1970) Hegels Lehre vom Absoluten Geist also theologisch-politischer Traktat

   Theunissen, M. (1973) ‘Die Verwirklichung der Vernunft. zur Theorie-Praxis Diskussion im Anschluss an Hegel’, Philosophische Rundschau Beiheft 6

   Theunissen, M. (1975) ‘Begriff und Realität’, in Denken im Schatten des Nihilismus

   Theunissen, Michael (1978) Sein und Schein: Die kritische Funktion der Hegelschen Logik, ch. 1 secs. 1-2

   Theunissen, M. [1982] ‘The repressed intersubjectivity in Hegel’s philosophy of right’, in D. Cornell et al. (eds.) Hegel and Legal Theory 1991

 

@ Siep on Hegel

   Siep, Ludwig (1970) Hegels Fichtekritik und die Wissenschaftslehre von 1804

   Siep, Ludwig [1974] ‘The struggle for recognition: Hegel’s dispute with Hobbes in the Jena writings’, in J. O’Neill (ed.) Hegel’s Dialectic of Desire and Recognition 1996 (originally in German in Hegel-Studien 9)

   Siep, Ludwig (1979) Anerkennung als Prinzip der Praktischen Philosophie: Untersuchungen zu Hegels Jenaer Philosophie des Geistes

   Siep, Ludwig (1982) ‘Intersubjektivität, Recht und Staat in Hegels ‘“Grundlinien der Philosophie des Rechts”‘, in D. Henrich and R.-P. Horstmann (eds.) Hegels Philosophie des Rechts

   Siep, Ludwig (1983) ‘The Aufhebung of morality in ethical life’ in L. Stepelevich and D. Lamb (eds.) Hegel’s Philosophy of Action

   Siep, Ludwig (1984) ‘Person and law in Kant and Hegel’, Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 10

   Siep, Ludwig (1990) ‘Recht und Anerkennung’, in H. Girndt (ed.) Selbstbehauptung und Anerkennung

   Siep, Ludwig (1992) Praktische Philosophie im Deutschen Idealismus

   Siep, Ludwig (1992) ‘Der Freheitsbegriff der praktischen Philosophie Hegels in Jena’, in Siep’s Praktische Philosophie im Deutschen Idealismus

   Siep, Ludwig (1992) ‘Zur Dialektik der Anerkennung bei Hegel’, in his Praktische Philosophie im Deutschen Idealismus

   Siep, Ludwig (1998) ‘Die Bewegung des Anerkennens in der Phänomenologie des Geistes’, in D. Köhler and O. Pöggeler (eds.) G.W.F. Hegel: Phänomenologie des Geistes, Klassiker Auslegen, 2nd ed. 2006

   Siep, Ludwig (2000) Der Weg der Phenomenologie des Geistes

 

@ Honneth on Hegel

   Honneth, Axel [1992] The Struggle for Recognition, tr. 1995, chs. 2-3

   Honneth, Axel (2000) Suffering from Indeterminacy: An Attempt at a Reactualisation of Hegel’s Philosophy of Right

   Honneth, Axel [2001] The Pathologies of Individual Freedom: Hegel’s Social Theory, tr. 2010

   Honneth, Axel [2004] Gerechtigkeit und Kommunikative Freiheit. Überlegungen in Anschluss an Hegel’, in B. Merker, G. Mohr, and M. Quante (eds) Subjektivität und Anerkennung: Festschrift Ludwig Siep

   Honneth, Axel [2006] ‘Das Reich der verwirklichten Freiheit. Hegels Idee einer Rechtsphilosophie’, in Honneth, Das Ich im Wir, 2010

   Honneth, Axel (2008) ‘From desire to recognition: Hegel’s account of human sociality’, in D. Moyar and M. Quante (eds) Hegel’s ‘Phenomenology of Spirit’: A Critical Guide

   Deranty, Jean-Philippe (2009) Beyond Communication: A Critical Study of Axel Honneth’s Social Philosophy , ch. 5 ‘Honneth’s Hegel’

   Honneth, Axel (2009) ‘Justice as institutionalized freedom: a Hegelian perspective’, A. Sorenson (ed.) Dialectics, Self-Consciousness, and Recognition: The Hegelian Legacy

   Honneth, Axel (2011) Das Recht der Freiheit

 

@ Fukuyama (on recognition and on end of history)

   Fukuyama, Francis (1989) ‘The end of history?’, The National Interest 16, Summer 1989

   Hirst, P. (1989) ‘Endism’, London Review of Books 11(22), 23 November 1989

   Roth, M.S. (1991) ‘Natural right and the end of history: Leo Strauss and Alexandre Kojève’, Revue de Metaphysique et de Morale 3

   Redding, Paul (1991) ‘Hermeneutic or metaphysical Hegelianism? Kojève’s dilemma’, The Owl of Minerva 22(2)

   Fukuyama, Francis (1992) The End of History and the Last Man

   Anderson, P. (1992) ‘The ends of history’ in his A Zone of Engagement

   Miliband, R (1992) ‘Fukuyama and the socialist alternative’, New Left Review 192

   Bertram, C. and Chitty, Andrew (eds.) (1994) Has History Ended?: Fukuyama, Marx, Modernity

   Burns, T. (ed.) (1994) After History? Francis Fukuyama and his Critics, esp. essay by Susan Shell

   Williams, H., Sullivan, D. and Matthews, G. (eds) (1997) Francis Fukuyama and the End of History

   O’Neill, J. (1997) ‘Hegel against Fukuyama: associations, markets and recognition’, Politics 17(3)

   Anderson, P. (2006) ‘Inside man’, The Nation

   Elliott, G. (2008) Ends in Sight: Marx, Fukuyama, Hobsbawm, Anderson

 

@ Recognition and work

   Recognition and Work, conference at MacQuarrie University, 2007 (audio links)

 

@ Recognition and colonialism, Fanon

   Sartre, J.-P. [1946] Anti-Semite and Jew (original title: Réflexions sur la question juive)

   Fanon, F. [1961] The Wretched of the Earth, with introduction by Sartre

   Fanon, F. [1952] Black Skin, White Masks

   Turner, L. (1996) ‘On the difference between the Hegelian and Fanonian dialectic of lordship and bondage’, in L.R. Gordon et al. (eds.) Fanon: A Critical Reader

   Liberman, K. (1999) ‘The dialectics of oppression: a phenomenological perspective’, Philosophy Today 43(3)

   Gibson, N. (2002) ‘Dialectical impasses: turning the table on Hegel and the black’, Parallax 8(2), 30-45

   Chari, A. (2003) ‘The limits of recognition: Fanon and Hegel’, available online

   Oliver, K. (2003) ‘Alienation and its double; or, the secretion of race’ in R. Bernasconi (ed.) Race and Racism in Continental Philosophy

   Chari, A. (2004) ‘Exceeding recognition’, Sartre Studies International 10(2)

 

@ Colonialism, racism and Hegel

   McCarney, J. (2003) ‘Hegel’s racism? a response to Bernasconi’, Radical Philosophy 119

 

@ Recognition and feminism

   (See also ‘Feminism and Hegel’)

   (For de Beauvoir see ‘De Beauvoir and Hegel’)

 

@ Recognition in international relations

   Williams, Robert R. (2000) Hegel’s Ethics of Recognition, ch. 14

   Kochi, T. (2009) The Other’s War: Recognition and the Violence of Ethics

 

@ Honour vs. dignity

   Berger, P. (1983) ‘On the obsolescence of the concept of honour’, in S. Hauerwas and A. MacIntyre (eds.) Revisions: Changing Perspectives in Moral Philosophy

 

@ Honneth’s theory of recognition

   (For Honneth and Marx see A Marx bibliography: ‘Recognition in Marx’)

   (See also ‘Honneth on Hegel’)

   Honneth, Axel ‘Die Transzendentale Notwendigkeit von Intersubjektivität’

   Honneth, Axel (1979) ‘Communication and reconciliation: Habermas’s critique of Adorno’, Telos 39

   Honneth, Axel [1980] ‘Work and instrumental action: on the normative basis of critical theory’, New German Critique 26, 1982, reprinted in C. Wright (ed.) The Fragmented World of the Social: Essays in Social and Political Philosophy 1994

   Honneth, Axel (19?) ‘Diskursethik und implizites Gerechtigkeitskonzept’, ?

   Honneth, Axel and Joas, H. [1980] Social Action and Human Nature, tr. 1988

   Honneth, Axel [198?] The Critique of Power: Reflective Stages in a Critical Social Theory, tr. 1990

   Honneth, Axel (1990) Die zerrissene Welt des Sozialen

   Honneth, Axel (1990) ‘Morale Bewußtsein und Klassenherrschaft’ (?), in Die zerrissene Welt des Sozialen

   Honneth, Axel [1990] ‘Integrity and disrespect: principles of a conception of morality based on the theory of recognition’, Political Theory 20(2), 1992; reprinted in C. Wright (ed.) The Fragmented World of the Social: Essays in Social and Political Philosophy, 1994 (Overview of the theory developed in The Struggle for Recognition)

   Honneth, Axel (1992) ‘Moral development and social struggle: Hegel’s early social doctrines’, in A. Honneth et al. (eds.) Cultural-Political Interventions in the Unfinished Project of Enlightenment

* Honneth, Axel [1992] The Struggle for Recognition, tr. 1995

   Honneth, Axel (1994) ‘The social dynamics of disrespect: on the location of critical theory today’, Constellations 1, 255-269

   Honneth, Axel (1994) ‘Introduction’ to Honneth (ed.) Pathologien des Sozialen

   Honneth, Axel (1995) ‘The other of justice: Habermas and the ethical challenge of postmodernism’, in White, S.K. (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to Habermas

   Honneth, Axel (1995) ‘Decentered autonomy: the subject after the fall’, in Charles Wright (ed.), The Fragmented World of the Social: Essays in Social and Political Philosophy

   Alexander, J. and Pia Lara, M. (1996) ‘Honneth’s new critical theory of of recognition’, New Left Review 220

   Honneth, Axel (1997) ‘Anerkennung und moralische Verpflichtung’, Zeitschrift für philosophische Forschung 51

+ Honneth, Axel and Critchley, S. (1998) ‘Philosophy in Germany’, Radical Philosophy 89

   Allen, J. (1998) ‘Decency and the struggle for recognition’, Social Theory and Practice 24

+ Foster, R. (1999) ‘Recognition and resistance: Axel Honneth’s critical social theory’, Radical Philosophy  94

   Honneth, Axel (2000) ‘The possibility of a disclosing critique of society: The Dialectic of Englightenment in the light of current debates in social criticism’, Constellations 7(1)

   Zurn, Christopher (2000) ‘Anthropology and normativity: a critique of Axel Honneth’s “formal conceptions of ethical life”‘, Philosophy and Social Criticism 26(1)

   Honneth, Axel (2001), ‘Invisibility: On the epistemology of ‘recognition”, Aristotelian Society Supplementary Volume 75(1)

   Honneth A. et al (2002) ‘Symposium on Honneth’s theory of recognition’, Inquiry 45(4)

   Heidegren, C.-G. (2002) ‘Anthropology, social theory and politics: Axel Honneth’s theory of recognition’, Inquiry 45(4)

   Honneth, Axel (2002) ‘Grounding recognition: a rejoinder to critical questions’, Inquiry 45(4)

   Kauppinen, A. (2002) ‘Reason, recognition and internal critique’, Inquiry 45(4)

   Honneth, Axel (2002): ‘The role of sociology in the theory of recognition’, Interview by A. Petersen and R. Willig, European Journal of Social Theory 5(2)

* Fraser, Nancy and Honneth, Axel (2003) Redistribution or Recognition? A Political-Philosophical Exchange

   Markell, P. (2003) Bound by Recognition

   Honneth, Axel (2003) Anxiety and Politics

   Honneth, Axel (2004) ‘Recognition and justice: outline of a plural theory of justice’, Acta Sociologica 47(4)

   Renault, Emmanuel (2004) L’Expérience de l’Injustice

   Anderson, J. and Honneth, A. (2005) ‘Autonomy, vulnerability, recognition, and justice’, in J. Christman and J. Anderson (eds) Autonomy and the Challenges to Liberalism: New Essays

   Honneth, Axel (2006) ‘Reification: a recognition-theoretical view’, The Tanner Lectures on Human Values,  also available online

   Thompson, Simon (2006) The Political Theory of Recognition: A Critical Introduction

   Deranty, J.-P. and Renault, E. (2007) ‘Politicizing Honneth’s ethics of recognition’, Thesis Eleven 88(1)

   Honneth, Axel (2007) ‘Work and recognition, a redefinition’, conference paper (audio link)

   Honneth, Axel (2007) Disrespect: The Normative Foundations of Critical Theory

   van den Brink, B. and Owen, D. (eds.) (2007)