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Jakob Peter Mynster; Jon Stewart. Summary: G W F Hegel's so-called speculative logic was revolutionary since it attacked the basic laws of Aristotelian logic - which stood as the foundation for the field for well over a millennium.

Jakob Peter Mynster; Jon Stewart. In the 1830s this highly controversial theory was attacked by philosophers in Germany and Prussia. This volume includes the main texts in this controversy.

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Are you sure you want to remove Mynster's "Rationalism, supernaturalism" and the debate about mediation from your list? Mynster's "Rationalism, supernaturalism" and the debate about mediation. by Jakob Peter Mynster. Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

Stewart, J. (2007b), A History of Hegelianism in Golden Age Denmark II, The Martensen Period: 1837-1842. Copenhagen: C. A. Reitzel. Stewart, J. (2009), Mynster's ‘Rationalism, Supernaturalism’ and the Debate about Mediation. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press

Stewart, J. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press. Stilling, P. M. (1842), Philosophiske Betragtninger over den speculative Logiks Betydning for Videnskaben.

The Danish Golden Age Due to numerous translations, Søren Kierkegaard and Hans Christian Andersen have long been familiar names in the . Mynster's Rationalism, Supernaturalism and the Debate about Mediation. Volume 5 of the series.

The Danish Golden Age Due to numerous translations, Søren Kierkegaard and Hans Christian Andersen have long been familiar names in the anglophone world. However, as is well known inside Denmark, Kierkegaard and Andersen were not isolated figures in the Danish intellectual and artistic scene of the day; rather, they were merely the best-known representatives of an extremely rich period in Danish cultural life that began at the start of the nineteenth century and continued for some fifty or sixty years.

2009) Mynster’s Rationalism, Supernaturalism and the Debate about Mediation (Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press). Trendelenburg (1840) Logische Untersuchungen (Berlin). R. L. Horn (2007) Positivity and Dialectic. A Study of the Theological Method of Hans Lassen Martensen (Copenhagen: C. Reitzel). G. Pattison (2012) Kierkegaard and the Theology of the Nineteenth Century (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press). CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

Jon B. Stewart is an American philosopher and historian of philosophy. He specializes in 19th century Continental philosophy with an emphasis on the thought of Kierkegaard and Hegel.

Mynster’s Rationalism, Supernaturalism . The Paradox and the Criticism of Hegelian Mediation in Philosophical Fragments. Kierkegaard’s Phenomenology of Despair in The Sickness Unto Death.

These debates spilled over into Denmark and represent one of the signal episodes in the Danish Hegel reception. The present volume includes the main texts in this controversy. The debate was initiated by the article ?Rationalism, Supernaturalism? by the theologian Jakob Peter Mynster, who attacked Hegel?s criticism of the law of excluded middle. The poet Johan Ludvig Heiberg and the theologian Hans Lassen Martensen then came to Hegel?s defense.

Martensen: Rationalism, Supernaturalism and the principium exclusi medii, in Mynsters Rationalism, Supernaturalism and the Debate about Mediation, ed. and trans

Martensen: Rationalism, Supernaturalism and the principium exclusi medii, in Mynsters Rationalism, Supernaturalism and the Debate about Mediation, ed. and trans. by Jon Stewart, Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press 2009 (Texts from Golden Age Denmark, vol. 5), pp. 127-143. Recommended Background No prior knowledge of Kierkegaard is required

Rationalism - Rationalism - Religious rationalism: Stirrings of religious rationalism were already felt in the Middle Ages .

Rationalism - Rationalism - Religious rationalism: Stirrings of religious rationalism were already felt in the Middle Ages regarding the Christian revelation. Thus, the skeptical mind of Peter Abelard (1079–1142) raised doubts by showing in his Sic et non ( Yes and No ) many contradictions among beliefs handed down as revealed truths by the Church Fathers. The rationalism of these men and their followers, directed against both the religious and the political traditions of their time, did much to prepare the ground for the explosive French Revolution. Voltaire, bronze by Jean-Antoine Houdon; in the Hermitage, St. Petersburg. Scala/Art Resource, New York.

G.W.F. Hegel?s philosophy reached Denmark in the mid-1820s and remained an important trend through the 1830s and 1840s. Hegel?s so-called speculative logic was revolutionary since it attacked the basic laws of Aristotelian logic ? the laws of contradiction and excluded middle ? which stood as the foundation for the field. He replaced these laws with the principle of mediation, which he used to redefine all the key terms of the discipline. In the 1830s this highly controversial theory was attacked by a number of philosophers in Germany and Prussia. These debates spilled over into Denmark and represent one of the signal episodes in the Danish Hegel reception. The present volume includes the main texts in this controversy. The debate was initiated by the article ?Rationalism, Supernaturalism? by the theologian Jakob Peter Mynster, who attacked Hegel?s criticism of the law of excluded middle. The poet Johan Ludvig Heiberg and the theologian Hans Lassen Martensen then came to Hegel?s defense. Also the philosopher Frederik Christian Sibbern took part in the debate, and Kierkegaard?s frequent critical discussions of mediation were significantly influenced by these debates.

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