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New Release: “Hegel Studien”, Volume 50 – Call for submission for the Volume 51

We are pleased to announce the upcoming release of the volume 50 of  the “Hegel-Studien”. The volume will contain the following contributions:


Bochumer Hegel-Vorlesungen:New Release: “Hegel Studien”, Volume 50 - Call for submission for the Volume 51

Frederick Neuhouser: Die Dialektik der Freiheit in Hegels Rechtsphilosophie


Antón Barba-Kay: Locating Hegel’s Struggle for Recognition

Alexander T. Englert: Life, Logic, and the Pursuit of Purity. Logically Reconstructing the Transition to Cognition

Damián J. Rosanovich: Hegels Betrachtung ständischer Privilegien

Texte und Dokumente:

Johannes Korngiebel: Eine neue Quelle zu Schellings und Hegels Jenaer Disputatorium vom Wintersemester 1801/02

Perspektiven der Forschung:

Brady Bowman, James Kreines, Terry Pinkard, Clinton Tolley: The Metaphysics of Reason and Hegel’s Logic. A Book Symposium on James Kreines’ Reason in the World. Hegel’s Metaphysics and its Philosophical Appeal

Christoph Halbig: Zwei neuerschienene Textsammlungen von Robert Brandom und John McDowell in deutscher Übersetzung

Furthermore, the volume 50 will present a comprehensive part of reviews and a bibliography with the new publications of the Hegel-Forschung released in the year 2015.

Further information may be found at this link.

Once more, it is worth mentioning the extended profile of the “Hegel-Studien”. In addition to the focus on the international research into Hegel’s philosophy, the journal also welcomes contributions on other authors and debates of the classical German philosophy, insofar as they promise a significative gain for the confrontation with the epoch around the 1800 and a reference to the contemporaries discussions. Contributions may be written in German, English and French. All the submissions pass through an anonymous peer review.

You can find more details at this link.

The deadline for the submissions for the volume 51 is 15th July 2017.

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