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[This chapter reconstructs the full historical context of Hegel’s encounter with Böhme’s writings, essential to understanding the originality of Hegel’s approach. For eighteenth- and nineteenth-century readers, including Hegel, any encounter with Böhme’s writings was inevitably inflected by a...
[This chapter situates the interpretation of Böhme’s mysticism within Hegel’s reflection on the nature of mysticism itself. An analysis of the presence of this theme, from the early writings (Jugendschriften) to the texts following the Phenomenology of Spirit, reveals that Hegel did not maintain...
[This chapter, in which the first two chapters converge and culminate, analyses Hegel’s interpretation of the mystical philosophy of Böhme in greater detail. The study sets out from two principal theses: that Hegel’s interpretation evolves substantially, and that this evolution is particularly...
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