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Translation and introduction: Alexandre Koyré’s “Hegel at Jena”

  • Doha Tazi
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Abstract

This is a translation of Alexandre Koyré’s important, but overlooked essay “Hegel à Iéna.” The essay originally appeared in Alexandre Koyré, Etudes d’histoire de la pensée philosophique (Paris: Librairie Armand Colin, 1961). A contribution to the philosophy of time, this essay had a profound but generally unrecognized influence on Alexander Kojève, Jean Hyppolite and Jacques Derrida.

Keywords

Alexandre Koyré Hegel Jena Logic Temporality Dialectics of time L’avenir (the yet-to-come) Différance 

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Acknowledgements

I am grateful to Professor Mark C. Taylor whose generous help and support made this introduction and translation possible. I am also grateful to Anthony Steinbock for all his help during the editorial process. Finally, I want to thank Jeffrey Kosky, Etienne Balibar, Tara Menon, and Iván Hofman whose insightful comments helped me sharpen this article.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Columbia UniversityNew YorkUSA

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