The Heterodox Hegel

Cyril O’Regan argues for a theological reading of Hegel which clarifies the religious or theological species Hegel thinks can be brought into rapprochement with philosophy; unites a number of different approaches to Hegel which have proven fruitful, if incomplete; and, within the bounds of a systematic approach, addresses questions of a religio-theological type, including Hegel’s relationship to the theology of Martin Luther, to the speculative mysticism of Jacob Boehme, to the mystical tradition in general, and to Gnosticism.

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