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Od miłości do uznania. Historyczna ewolucja Heglowskiej koncepcji intersubiektywności
From love to recognition. Historical evolution of Hegel's concept of intersubjectivity

Author(s): Erzsébet Rózsa
Subject(s): Philosophy
Published by: Wydawnictwa Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego
Keywords: Hegel; Frankfurt period in Hegel’s thinking; concept of love; reciprocal recognition; evolving intersubjectivity; Marek Siemek
Summary/Abstract: The author firstly refers to Marek Siemek’s book Von Marx zu Hegel. Zum sozialphilosophischen Selbstverständnis der Moderne as moving her to reflect on t he two kinds of modern intersubjectivity found in Hegel, namely on the love explored in Hegel´s writings in his Frankfurt period, and, then, on reciprocal recognition as the core foundation of modern society and its legal framework. The author claims that love is Hegel´s very original and powerful approach to the intersubjectivity. Later (beginning with the Jena writings, including The Phenomenology of Mind) love will be clouded by other aspects of intersubjective relationships, e.g., ontological, phenomenological, economic, civic, legal etc. which no longer expose the immediate nature of love.

  • Page Range: 331-363
  • Page Count: 33
  • Publication Year: 2019
  • Language: Polish