Divine Subjectivity: Understanding Hegel’s Philosophy of Religion

Originally published in 1990 and available now in paperback for the first time, Dale Schlitt’s classic work Divine Subjectivity is a detailed account of Hegel’s religious thought. The first part of Schlitt’s study analyzes the historical importance of transcripts of Hegel’s lectures that emerged in the 1980s, then, Schlitt presents Hegel’s concepts of religion, determinate religion, and consummate religion. The volume concludes with a discussion of Hegel’s takes on the Trinity, Incarnation, and the Kingdom of God. Divine Subjectivity is an ideal resource for students seeking a guide through the so-called Hegelian thicket.

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