We are glad to give notice of the release of the volume McDowell and Hegel. Perceptual Experience, Thought and Action, edited by Federico Sanguinetti and André Abath (Springer, 2018).
From the publisher’s website:
This book presents a comprehensive and detailed exploration of the relationship between the thought of G.W.F. Hegel and that of John McDowell, the latter of whom is widely considered to be one of the most influential living analytic philosophers. It serves as a point of entry in McDowell’s and Hegel’s philosophy, and a substantial contribution to ongoing debates on perceptual experience and perceptual justification, naturalism, human freedom and action. The chapters gathered in this volume, as well as McDowell’s responses, make it clear that McDowell’s work paves the way for an original reading of Hegel’s texts. His conceptual framework allows for new interpretive possibilities in Hegel’s philosophy which, until now, have remained largely unexplored. Moreover, these interpretations shed light on various aspects of continuity and discontinuity between the philosophies of these two authors, thus defining more clearly their positions on specific issues. In addition, they allow us to see Hegel’s thought as containing a number of conceptual tools that might be useful for advancing McDowell’s own philosophy and contemporary philosophy in general.
Below you can find the table of contents of the volume:
1. Federico Sanguinetti and André J. Abath, McDowell and Hegel: An Introduction
Part I. McDowell on Hegel
2. John McDowell, What Is the Phenomenology About?
Part II. McDowell Between Kant and Hegel
3. Tom Rockmore, McDowell, Hegel and Allison’s Reading of Kant
4. Erick Lima, Contextualism and Perceptive Experience: Reading Kant and Hegel through McDowell
Part III. McDowell and Hegel on Perceptual Experience
5. Stephen Houlgate, Hegel, McDowell, and Perceptual Experience: A Response to John McDowell
6. Luca Corti, Senses and Sensations: On Hegel’s Later Account of Perceptual Experience
7. Paul Redding, Hegel and McDowell on Perceptual Experience and Judgment
Part IV. McDowell and Hegel on Thought
8. Federico Sanguinetti, Hegel and McDowell on the “Unboundedness of the Conceptual”
9. Michela Bordignon, Objectivity and Subjectivity in Hegel and McDowell
Part V. McDowell and Hegel on Nature and Action
10. Ernesto Perini-Santos, A Second Naturalization for a Second Nature
11. Pirmin Stekeler-Weithofer, Forms of Naturalism: McDowell and Hegel on the Meanings of Nature, Mind, and Spirit
12. Robert Pippin, Reason in Action. A Response to McDowell on Hegel
Part VI. McDowell’s Responses
13. John McDowell, Responses
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