Trinity Term 2017, Thursdays 5–7pm at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford

Weekly dates and program for Trinity Term 2017

Week 1 – 27 April 2017 5-7pm Meeting Room 4
‘(β) Recognizant Self-Consciousness’ from Hegel’s Philosophy of Mind (§§430-435)

Week 2 – 4 May 2017 5-7pm Meeting Room 4
‘(γ) Universal Self-Consciousness’ (§§436-437)

Week 3 – 11 May 2017 5-7pm Meeting Room 4
‘(c) Reason’ (§§438-439)

Week 4 – 18 May 2017 5-7pm Meeting Room 4
‘The System of Needs’ from Hegel’s Philosophy of Right (§§ 189-200) (David Merrill)

Week 5 – 25 May 2017 5-7pm Meeting Room 4
‘Hegel's account of intersubjectivity and mental illness: Why is derangement no longer mentioned in the Encyclopaedia's Phenomenology?’ (Daniel Tkatch)

Week 6 – 1 June 2017 5-7pm Meeting Room 4
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Week 7 – 8 June 2017 5-7pm Meeting Room 4
'Second Position of Thought Toward Objectivity’ from the ‘Preliminary Conception’ of Hegel’s Encyclopedia Logic (§§37-44, pp. 78-89) (Gene Flenady)

Week 8 – 15 June 2017 5-7pm Meeting Room 4
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Weekly program for the reading in Hilary Term 2017

Week 1 – 16 January 2017 – Lecture Room. General Introduction
Week 2 – 23 January 2017 – Lecture Room. Introduction Phenomenology: §§ 413–417
Week 3 – 30 January 2017 – Lecture Room. Consciousness: §§ 418–419
Week 4 – 6 February 2017 – Lecture Room. Perception §§ 420–421
Week 5 – 13 February 2017 – Lecture Room. Understanding/Intellect §§ 422–423
Week 6 – 20 February 2017 – Lecture Room. Self-Consciousness §§ 424–425
Week 7 – 27 February 2017 – Lecture Room. Desire §§ 426–429
Week 8 – 8 March 2017 at 10am. Recognizant Self-consciousness §§ 430ff.

Available translations of Hegel's Phenomenology (§§ 413–439) are to be found in:

– Philosophy of Mind. Being Part Three of the Encyclopaedia of the Philosophical Sciences (1830), Together with the Zusätze. Edited by Michael J. Inwood. Translated by William Wallace and Arnold V. Miller with Revisions and Commentary by Michael J. Inwood. Oxford: Clarendon Press. 2007.

– Philosophy of Mind: Translated from the Encyclopaedia of the Philosophical Sciences. Translated by William Wallace. New York: Cosimo Classics. 2008.

– Philosophy of Mind: Being Part Three of the Encyclopaedia of the Philosophical Sciences (1830), Together with the Zusätze. Translated by William Wallace and Arnold V. Miller. Oxford: Clarendon Press. 1971.

– Hegel’s Philosophy of Subjective Spirit: Being §§ 377–482 of Part Three of The Encyclopaedia of Philosophical Sciences (1830) with Zusätze and Including Two Fragments; ‘A Fragment on the Philosophy of Spirit (1822/5)’ and ‘The Phenomenology of Spirit (Summer Term, 1825)’. 3 vols. Translated by Michael J. Petry. Dordrecht: D. Reidel Publishing Company. 1978.

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