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Thought: Fordham University Quarterly

Volume 56, Issue 3, September 1981
For Hegel: A Commemorative Issue 1831-1981

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1. Thought: Volume > 56 > Issue: 3
Robert L. Perkins Editor’s Introduction
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Oliva Blanchette The Philosophic Beginning
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Paul E. Gottfried Hegel and Proclus: Remarks on a Problematic Relationship
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Kenneth L. Schmitz Transcendental and Empirical Pressures in Human Subjectivity
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Quentin Lauer Hegel on Infinity
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H. S. Harris Religion as the Mythology of Reason
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Joseph C. Flay Religion and the Absolute Standpoint
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Leo Rauch Hegel’s Phenomenology as a Phenomenological Project
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Peter G. Stillman Hegel’s Idea of the Modern Family
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James Yerkes Hegel and the “End of Days”: Philosophy, Religion and Hope
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