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G.W.F. Hegel - Early Theological Writings

G.W.F. Hegel - Early Theological Writings

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CopyrightC
1948
by
the
University
of
Chicago;copyright
C
1975
by
T.
M.KnoxandRichard Kroner. All rights
reserved
This book wasfirst published
by
the University ofC
hi
cagoPressin
1948
.First
l+nmy/w,U,
Papubod
editionpublished
19
71Eighth
paperback
printing
1996
Printed in
the
UnitedStates
of
AmericaLibrary
of
Congress
Ca
taloging-in-PublicationDataHegcl,GeorgWilhelmFriedrich,1770-183
1.
[Selections.English.
1988)
Earlytheologicalwritings/G.
W.
F.Hegel; translat
ed
by
T.
M.Knox;withan introductionand fragm
en
tstranslatedbyR
ic
hardKroner.
p.
cm.
"W
ith
the
exception
of
the
speech
On
classicalstudies,
the
translations havebeenmadefrom
Hcrman
Nohl'sHegelstheologischc
jug
cndschriften(Tiibingen,
1907)"-Prcfatory
note. Reprint.Originallypublished:Chicago:University
of
Chicago
Press,
1948
."Bibliographical notc1
by
RichardKroner":
p.
Includes index.Contents:Introduction:Hegel'sphilosophical developme
nt/b
yR
ic
hard
Kroner-
The
positivity
of
the
Christian
religion-
The
spirit
of
Christianityand its fate
-Love-
Fragment
of
a system
-Appendix
:
On
classicalstudies.
ISBN
0-8122-1022-0(pbk.)
I.
Theology.
I.
Kn
ox,
T.
M.(Thomas Malcolm),1900-
11.
Title.
82908
1988
200-dcl9
88-10188
CIP
 
CONTENTS
THE
POSITIVITY
OFTHE
CHRISTIAN RELIGION.
Translattd
by
T.
M.
KNox
61
PART
I
How
CHRISTIANITY
BECAME
THE
PosiTIVE
REI
IG!ON
oF
A
CHURC:H
61
I
Preface
61
2.
Position
of
the Jewish Religion
6.8
3.
Jesus .
62
4.
Whence
Came
the Posi_.ive
El
ement
in
Christianity? .
71
5.
The
Conception
of
a
Sect
.
74
6.
The
Teaching
of
Jesus.
7
S
2.
Jesus Has Much
To
Say abom His
Own
IndividualPersonali
7
S
8.
Jesus Speaks
of
Himself
as
the Messiah
77
9.
Miracles_.
78
10.
The
PositiveElementDerived from the Disci les
8l
lL
The
Disci les Contrasted with the Puils
of
Socrates
82
l2..
The
Number
of
Disciples Fixed at Twelve
82
lL
The
Disciples Sent Forthon
Their
Mission .
8.l
~
The
Resurrection
and
theCommandsGiven
Jber
e-after.
83
ll.
How
the Teachin
of
Jesus Came
To
Be
lnte reted
8S
16.
What
Is Applicable in a Small
Society
Is
Unjunin aState .. ..... . .... ..
86
17
.
Common
Ownership
of
Goods.
8718.
Equality.
8.8
12.
The
Lord's Su
r.
8.2
20.
Expansionis
Ql
2J
21.
How
a Moral
or
Religious Society Grows into a State
9S
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