Hegel on Non-Philosophy
50th Annual Meeting of the Tennessee Philosophical Association Conference
Department of History and Political Science
2018-10-27 to 2018-10-28
According to Robert Stern, Hegel's distinction between idealism and nonidealism amounts to a distinction between philosophy and non-philosophy. I argue that Hegel's account of legitimate philosophy, as interpreted by Stern, is too narrow since it rules out important challenges to metaphysical speculation that are essential to the discipline of philosophy.
Hibbs, Darren, "Hegel on Non-Philosophy" (2018). CAHSS Faculty Presentations, Proceedings, Lectures, and Symposia. 2524.