Hegel on Reason in History

Title

Hegel on Reason in History

Description

Audio recording of a lecture delivered by Mark Alznauer, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Northwestern University, on September 20, 2019 as part of the Formal Lecture Series.

Alznauer describes his lecture topic as follows: "Hegel says that the only presupposition that the philosopher brings to history is the simple thought of reason, that reason rules the world. In this lecture, I will compare Hegel’s philosophical histories (of the state, art, religion, and philosophy) to more empirical approaches, paying particular attention to the conceptual form of Hegel’s histories."

Creator

Publisher

Coverage

Annapolis, MD

Date

2019-09-20

Rights

A signed permission form has been received stating, "I hereby grant St. John's College permission to make an audio recording of my lecture, and retain copies for circulation and archival preservation at the St. John's College Greenfield Library and to make an audio recording of my lecture available online."

Type

sound

Format

mp3

Language

English

Identifier

Alznauer, Mark 9-20-2019

Original Format

wav

Duration

00:56:06