Núm. 50 (2016): Enero - junio
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Contemporary Hegelian Scholarship: On Robert Stern’s Holistic Reading of Hegel

Paniel Reyes Cardenas
University of Nottingham
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Publicado 2015-12-20

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Reyes Cardenas, P. (2015). Contemporary Hegelian Scholarship: On Robert Stern’s Holistic Reading of Hegel. Tópicos, (50), 123–149. https://doi.org/10.21555/top.v0i50.700

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Este artículo presenta la interpretación de la Metafísica Hegeliana del Profesor Robert Stern por medio de un énfasis en su lectura holística característica: la tesis fundamental es que este tipo de lectura hace justicia a las propias ideas de Hegel sobre su obra y provee importantes conexiones con la filosofía contemporánea. La propuesta particular del autor es que algunos de los tópicos fundamentales de la interpretación hegeliana emergen con un entendimiento clarificado dada dicha lectura: el concepto de verdad y conocimiento absoluto son reevaluados tras ser mostrada la conexión necesaria entre epistemología y metafísica en el pensamiento de Hegel. La metafísica hegeliana, en consecuencia, aparece como el principio último para una lectura de la filosofía de Hegel en su totalidad e ilumina la naturaleza de la investigación metafísica en general.

 

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