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Hegel Contra Sociology (Radical Thinkers) (1981)

af Gillian Rose

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This original and challenging book presents a radical revision of traditional assessments of Hegel. Gillian Rose argues that the classical origins of contemporary non-Marxist and Marxist sociology rest on the -neo-Kantian' paradigm and that Hegel's thought anticipates and criticises the limitations of this pardaigm and the problems of methodologism and moralism in sociological method. Hegel's major mature works are expounded in the light og his early radical writings. From this unusal perspective Dr Rose shows that Hegel's speculative discourse is a powerful critique of bourgeois property relations and law, of art and religion as misrepresentation and of the inversions and end of culture. The book concludes with a discussion of the end of philosophy, the repetition of sociology and the culture and fate of Marxism.… (mere)
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This is a great book, I'm tempted to give it 5 stars but for the fact that what I found to be the most interesting parts--the critiques of Weberian and Durkheimian sociology, and of Marx/Marxism from a Hegelian perspective--were underdeveloped. The title of the book is, in fact, a bit misleading, since the bulk of the book is devoted to a defense and exposition of Hegel's thought, with particular focus on some of the early and unpublished (by Hegel) lectures/writings, on the Phenomenology, and the greater Logic.

As a commentary on these texts, Rose is very capable, often intervening in debates of Hegel interpretation without making it explicit that that is what she's doing. This is certainly not a book for those who are reading Hegel for the first time, and presumes a familiarity not just with Hegel, but also with Kant, Fichte, Marx, and a basic familiarity with the Durkheim/Weber strands of sociology.

The concluding chapter dealing with Marx, and taking him to task for vacillating between a Hegelian and pre-Hegelian standpoint, is contentious but I found it pretty persuasive. Rose may not be entirely fair to the nuance of Marx's thought, but I think she is basically right. ( )
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This original and challenging book presents a radical revision of traditional assessments of Hegel. Gillian Rose argues that the classical origins of contemporary non-Marxist and Marxist sociology rest on the -neo-Kantian' paradigm and that Hegel's thought anticipates and criticises the limitations of this pardaigm and the problems of methodologism and moralism in sociological method. Hegel's major mature works are expounded in the light og his early radical writings. From this unusal perspective Dr Rose shows that Hegel's speculative discourse is a powerful critique of bourgeois property relations and law, of art and religion as misrepresentation and of the inversions and end of culture. The book concludes with a discussion of the end of philosophy, the repetition of sociology and the culture and fate of Marxism.

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