AbstractThe present thesis is intended to inquire into Hegel's thought of 'sittlichkeit' at the beginning of formation of his philosophy (namely, at the time of Tubingen and Bern). Scrutinizing the meaning of his religion study, I make it a main subject to understand an inevitable combination of his insistence of subjective moral religion and his historical social study of Christinanity, and take out, in this combination, the course in which Hegel goes over Kant's morality.
TypeDepartmental Bulletin Paper
横浜国立大学人文紀要. 第一類, 哲学・社会科学, 6, 25-42(1958-09-30)