This volume comprises a dozen of Professor Lauer's shorter works in which he shows how Hegel wrestled with various philosophical issues. We see Hegel at work in his constant effort to overcome rationalist intellectualism in a healthy regard for experience, to combat romantic intuitionism by focusing on a rational standard of objectivity, to avoid a crassly empirical interpretation of experience by including in it the whole spiritual life of man.It is true, however, that only chaos could result if parents (as a sort of dual authority) were not to determine to a great extent the behavior of their young children. The parent-child relationship, however, is clearly a dialectical one, which meansanbsp;...
|Title||:||Essays in Hegelian Dialectic|
|Publisher||:||Fordham Univ Press - 1977-01-01|