CfP: Journal Philosophy & Society: The Dialectic of Aesthetics and Politics in Hegel’s Philosophy
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CfP: The Dialectic of Aesthetics and Politics in Hegel’s Philosophy
In ways manifold and fertile, Hegel offered a number of insights that place his philosophy's aesthetic and political terms in (dialectical) relation. Topics include, but are not limited to, the following areas of Hegel's philosophy of art and politics:
The dialectical dynamic of tragedy and the tragic dynamic of the dialectic.
Art as a historical phenomenon and its role within the ethos of the state.
The politics of the world epic: Hegel's vision of America. Aesthetic considerations of the meaning and (future) role of the New World, as well as the eros belonging to it and the dialectic of the sensuous (Sinnlichkeit).
Critique of Romantic politics (Novalis, Müller…).
The ethic-political influence of music (the problematic legacy of Plato's philosophy).
The differentiation of the modern from the ancient state as a work of art (Kunstwerk).
The role of comedy in in rationalizing life and constructing a system of norms. Its articulation of subjectivity independently of legal-political institutions.
The cultural political perspective of Hegel's state.
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