Hegel and the Spirit: Philosophy as Pneumatology by Alan M. Olson
Hegel and the Spirit explore the meaning of the great philosophical philosophy of Hegel, the category of Just, by what Alan Olson describes in an aerobic thesis. Hegel's philosophy of…
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Hegel and the Spirit explore the meaning of the great philosophical philosophy of Hegel, the category of Just, by what Alan Olson describes in an aerobic thesis. Hegel's philosophy of the soul, according to Olson, is a speculative domination that complements what von von Harnack once called the "orphan doctrine" in Christian theology - the doctrine of the Holy Spirit. Olson argues that the development of Hegel's philosophy as pulmonary diseases stems from a deep appreciation of Luther's dialectical understanding of the spirit, and therefore the doctrine of the Spirit is in line with Wittemberg's values.
Olson also asserts that Hegel Encyclopædie is the philosophical equivalent of post-Enlightenment Enlightenment for the Turnertreiler and that Rietskfilviste is the science of the Church. Thus, Hegel and the Spirit illustrate the fact that Karl Barth observes that Hegel is the potential Aquinas of Protestantism.
The book explores Hegel's philosophy of spirit in the historical, cultural and personal context of religion, and identifies Hegel's relationship with Holderlin and his response to Holderlin's madness as essential elements in the philosophical and religious development of the philosopher, especially with regard to the sense of superiority and dialectics.
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