HEGEL E LA STORIA COME PROCESSO

2/2017, december ISBN: 978-88-31928-32-8

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This article confronts Hegel’s and Kant’s conceptions of history. Its starting point is a criticism of Foucault’s interpretation of «What is Enlightenment?». It shows that far from thinking of the present as event rather than as process, Kant conceives the present as a process. Both Kant and Hegel share the general view of history as a process that specifies the philosophies of history of the late XVIIIth and first XIXth centuries. What distinguishes Kant and Hegel consists rather in their conceptions of history as a process of Aufklärung, Kultur and Bildung. In conclusion, the contrast between process and event is criticized from a more general point of view, that of Hegel’s processual ontology.

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Renault, Emmanuel . "HEGEL E LA STORIA COME PROCESSO". Pólemos X. 2. (2017): - http://www.rivistapolemos.it/hegel-e-la-storia-come-processo/?lang=en
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Renault, E. (2017). "HEGEL E LA STORIA COME PROCESSO". Pólemos X. (2). - http://www.rivistapolemos.it/hegel-e-la-storia-come-processo/?lang=en
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Renault, Emmanuel . 2017. "HEGEL E LA STORIA COME PROCESSO". Pólemos X (2). Stamen: -. http://www.rivistapolemos.it/hegel-e-la-storia-come-processo/?lang=en
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