Collection Les Cahiers d'Histoire de la Philos
672 pages - avril 2007
The vocation of ‘Les Cahiers d’Histoire de la Philosophie’ is to provide the public with an up-to-date inventory of research concerning the great authors of the history of philosophy. Whether they be ancient, classic or unpublished texts, all the contributions here are selected because they clarify some fundamental point in Hegelian thinking, in order to gradually lead the reader, by various access routes, to the very heart of his work. From logic to history, politics to aesthetics, metaphysics to ethics, the different themes of Hegelian thought are considered and examined by the finest and most renowned specialists. Through their pens, that powerful architecture is revealed both in its vastness and most extreme refinement.
- Dimensions : 135x195x35
- ISBN : 9782204080576
- Poids : 735 grammes
Avec la collaboration de : André Léonard, André Stanguennec, Bernard Bourgeois, Bernard Mabille, Catherine Malabou, Christophe Bouton, Emilio Brito, Emmanuel Cattin, Emmanuel Renault, Gilles Marmasse, Gwendoline Jarczyk, Jean-Christophe Goddard, Jean-François Kervégan, Jean-François Marquet, Jean-Louis Vieillard-Baron, Jean-Marie Lardic, Jean-Marie Vaysse, Jean-Pierre Zarader, Luc Trabichet, Marcel Conche, Maxence Caron, Michel Dalissier, Myriam Bienenstock, Norbert Waszek, Olivier Tinland, Pierre-Jean Labarrière