Work in progress

© Francesca Iannelli, Leipzig 2018
© Francesca Iannelli, Leipzig 2018

For about 25 years the international Hegel’s Scholarship on Aesthetics has been transformed by the publication of individual manuscripts (Nachschriften) documenting the four Aesthetics courses held by Hegel in Berlin (1820-21, 1823, 1826, 1828/29). Many new research paths have opened up and old questions have been reconsidered from new perspectives. France and Italy belong to the countries with the most rooted reception of Hegel’s Philosophy, and especially of Hegel’s Aesthetics, from  Victor Cousin and Francesco De Sanctis to Jacques Rancière and Remo Bodei. Hegel Art Net’s coordinators have therefore decided to work together for a translation as aware as possible of the cultural background that each country brings with it and to propose a translation in line with betrayal, but also innovative and in step with the times. 

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