Lectures on the Philosophy of Religion

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Lectures on the Philosophy of Religion
by G. W. F. Hegel, translated by E. B. Speirs and J. Burdon Sanderson


CONTENTS[edit]

Introduction[edit]

A[edit]

  • The Relation of the Philosophy of Religion to its Presuppositions and to the Principles of the Time
I. The severance of religion from the free worldly consciousness
II. The position of the philosophy of religion relatively to philosophy and religion
III. The relation of the philosophy of religion to the current principles of the religious consciousness

B[edit]

C[edit]

Part I[edit]

A[edit]

B[edit]

I. The necessity of the religious standpoint
II. The forms of the religious consciousness
III. The necessity and mediation of the religious attitude in the form of thought

C[edit]

I. Of Faith
II. The definite character and special forms of worship, or cultus
III. The relation of religion to the State

Part II[edit]

First Division[edit]

  • The Religion of Nature
I[edit]
II[edit]
1. The Chinese religion, or the religion of measure
2. The religion of imagination or phantasy
3. The religion of Being-within-self
III[edit]
1. The religion of the Good, or of light
2. The Syrian religion, or the religion of pain
3. The religion of mystery

Second Division[edit]

  • The Religion of Spiritual Individuality
A. The transition to the sphere of spiritual individuality
B. The metaphysical conception or notion of this sphere
C. The division of the subject
I[edit]
A. The general nature of its conception or notion
B. The concrete general idea or popular conception
C. Worship or cultus
II[edit]
A. The general conception or notion
B. The outward form of the Divine
C. Worship or cultus
III[edit]
  • The religion of utility or of the Understanding
A. The general conception of this stage
B. This religion as the Roman religion
C. Worship or cultus

Part III[edit]

A[edit]

B[edit]

C[edit]

I. God in His eternal Idea in-and-for-self; the kingdom of the Father
II. The eternal Idea of God in the element of consciousness and ordinary thought, or difference; the kingdom of the Son
III. The Idea in the element of the Church or Spiritual Community; the kingdom of the Spirit



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