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This post is a review of Fiorinda Li Vigni’s recent biography of the French Hegel scholar Jacques D’Hondt, originally posted on the discussion. In this post, I discuss Jacques D’Hondt’s book Hegel en son Temps (Paris: Editions Sociales, ). There is an English translation by John. Professor Jacques D’Hondt () was professor at the University of Poitiers and an expert on the philosophy of Hegel. He was introduced to Hegel’s work.

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He held no sway over the course of events. Flint was an opponent of the Hegelianism of Edward Caird and others in Scotland. He knew Heinrich Heine and Varnhagen. Cousin had been under surveillance since he had offered accommodation to Santa Rosa, a revolutionary from Piedmont who later died in Greece, but was then living under a false name in Paris.

Jacques D’Hondt

Page references are to the French edition. Much of this is of purely French interest, but it represents a lot of work that has not made it into English probably for that reason.

He argues that Prussia had supported Haller through their ambassador in Switzerland, so in attacking him, Hegel was attacking elements of the court. Henning became more reactionary, but only much later hwgel Eichhorn. De Wette was a friend of Fries. There are several things worth saying of about equal importance, so in no particular order:.

Public opinion limited the repression. He had sent information on Napoleon to Hegel, as did van Ghent javques the Netherlands. In The Vocation of our Time for Legislation and Legal Sciencevon Savigny argued against Thibaud for common law against the right of a legislature to codify and render laws uniform.


The following is a summary of Hegel en son Tempsnoting the sources used all of which are public and printed and the main factual points made. Secondly, Gustav Asverus was arrested following a duel which came to the attention of the University of Jena.

Hegel in His Time: Berlin, by Jacques d’Hondt

Under a sketch by Wilhelm Hensel, Hegel wrote: Sand was executed in May Ernst Bloch disagreed with this in Subject and Object It breathes the arrogance of civil servants in Prussia, he says. Newer Post Older Post Home. Hegel then chose von Henning, who was imprisoned for ten weeks on suspicion of demagogy Briefe II, The government of Saxe-Weimar honst a diplomatic note on Asverus. This duplicity gave rise to a diplomatic exchange. Hegel, Schleiermacher and others took some care for De Wette’s short-term finances when he left for Weimar.

He wrote to his wife in Austria that letters were read and should not contain political content Briefe III, Haller argued that the Reformation was a precursor of the French revolution.

Hegel in His Time: Berlin, 1818-1831

They were activists with experience of political men. The nobility however feared it as a means of social emancipation.

Posted hdgel Stephen Cowley at The reactionary writer and agent of the Tsar, August von Kotzebue, was murdered on 23 March in Mannheim by a student K. His question then, is not Hegel in his time. There was a period of reaction after Altenstein left the education ministry, which took place under his successor Eichhorn from Let us look at them in turn.


Students and professors were affected by government sanctions. He was not asked to join the Berlin Academy of Sciences.

Hegelian News & Reviews: Hegel in Berlin (Part Four) – Jacques D’Hondt

His interest in Hegel arose from Marxism, but he has long since gone beyond any doctrinaire approach. Senior figures, including the Chief of Police von Kamptz and the Home Secretary took personal parts in these seemingly trivial accusations and inquiries.

The real tide of politics lay elsewhere, he thought. Their work is jacqjes interesting than that of native French scholars to my mind, as the French currently seem to look to analytic philosophy as a model – partly as English is so widely taught and posts in American universities are so well funded I suspect – at the expense of their own traditions.

Hegel represented the bourgeois ideal of a constitutional monarchy. There was not much risk up to the death of Hardenberg in Marx did not publish this work, because his thought was still advancing. Some of the persecuted individuals bore witness for Hegel.

Religious freedom was an issue for Protestants in Bavaria. Fries was younger than Hegel. His motives are disputed: