Hegel's Lectures on the History of Philosophy: Volume One (of 3)
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Hegel's Lectures on the History of Philosophy: Volume One (of 3)

By Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
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Table of Contents
  • Hegel’s Lectures on THE HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY
  • TRANSLATOR’S NOTE
  • CONTENTS
  • INAUGURAL ADDRESS
  • PREFATORY NOTE
  • INTRODUCTION
  • A THE NOTION OF THE HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY.
    • 1. Common Ideas regarding the History of Philosophy.
    • 2. Explanatory Remarks upon the Definition of the History of Philosophy.
    • 3. Results obtained with respect to the Notion of the History of Philosophy.
  • B The Relation of Philosophy to other Departments of Knowledge.
    • 1. The Historical side of this Connection.
    • 2. Separation of Philosophy from other allied departments of Knowledge.
    • 3. Commencement of Philosophy and of its History.
  • C Division, Sources, and Method adopted in treating of the History of Philosophy.
    • 1. Division of the History of Philosophy.
    • 2. Sources of the History of Philosophy.
    • 3. Method of Treatment adopted in this History of Philosophy.
  • ORIENTAL PHILOSOPHY
  • A. Chinese Philosophy.
    • B. Indian Philosophy.
  • INTRODUCTION
  • CHAPTER I Period I.—Division I.—Thales to Anaxagoras
  • A. The Ionic Philosophy.
    • 1. Thales.
    • 2. Anaximander.
    • 3. Anaximenes.
  • B. Pythagoras and the Pythagoreans.
  • C. The Eleatic School.
    • 1. Xenophanes.
    • 2. Parminides.
    • 3. Melissus.
    • 4. Zeno.
  • D. Heraclitus.
  • E. Empedocles, Leucippus and Democritus.
    • 1. Leucippus and Democritus.
      • a. The Logical Principle
      • b. The Constitution of the World
      • c. The Soul
    • a. The Logical Principle
    • b. The Constitution of the World
    • c. The Soul
    • 2. Empedocles.
  • F. Anaxagoras.
  • CHAPTER II First Period, Second Division: From the Sophists to the Socratics.
  • A.—The Sophists.
    • 1. Protagoras.
    • 2. Gorgias.
  • B.—Socrates.
  • C. The Socratics.
    • 1. The Megarics.
      • a. Euclides.
      • b. Eubulides.
      • c. Stilpo.
    • a. Euclides.
    • b. Eubulides.
    • c. Stilpo.
    • 2. The Cyrenaic School.
      • a. Aristippus.
      • b. Theodorus.
      • c. Hegesias.
      • d. Anniceris.
    • a. Aristippus.
    • b. Theodorus.
    • c. Hegesias.
    • d. Anniceris.
    • 3. The Cynic School.
      • a. Antisthenes.
      • b. Diogenes.
      • c. Later Cynics.
    • a. Antisthenes.
    • b. Diogenes.
    • c. Later Cynics.
  • FOOTNOTES:
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