Hegel Inside Out: Table of Contents

CONTENTS

PREFACE

I THE REALIST RESPONSE TO IDEALISM IN ENGLAND AND LONERGANS CRITICAL REALISM

1. Introduction

2. The Philosophical Problematic: To Recover Realism

3. Critical Realism in the English Landscape

4. A Prominent Feature of Lonergan’s Critical Realism

5. The Critical Realisms of Sellars and Dawes Hicks: Beyond Idealism?

6. Concluding Remarks

II LONERGANS READING OF HEGEL

1. Lonergan’s Reading of Hegel

2. The Reading of Hegel by Lonerganians

3. Conclusion

III GOING BEYOND IDEALISM

1. Neglect of Lonergan’s Relation to Hegel

2. Hegel’s Influence and the Hegel Revival

3. Lonergan’s Debt to Hegel

4. Idealism as the Halfway House on the Way to Critical Realism

5. The Quasi-positionality of Absolute Idealism

6. The Conditional Necessity of the Hegelian ‘Moment’

7. The Eversion of Hegel’s Absolute Idealism

IV MEETING HEGEL HALFWAY

1. Four Images

2. The Privileged Place of Hegel’s Dialectical Method in Insight

3. The Transition from the Order of Logic to the Order of Method

4. Lonergan’s Objections to Hegel

5. The Root of Hegel’s Halfwayness: Overdetermined Negation

6. A Consolidating Image

7. Hegel’s Halfwayness and the Perduring Hegel Controversies

V THE POLYMORPHISM OF HUMAN CONSCIOUSNESS AND THE PROSPECTS FOR A LONERGANIAN HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY

1. The Hegelian Requirement: A Philosophy of Philosophies

2. Lonergan’s Critique: Turning Hegel Inside Out

3. The Polymorphism of Consciousness in Two Studies

3.1 A Central Notion

3.2 An Ambiguous Notion

3.3 Restriction to the Context of Dialectical Critique

4. The Polymorphism of Consciousness in Insight

5. The Polymorphism of Consciousness and Philosophic Differences

5.1 A Philosophy of Philosophies

5.2 Insight and Orientational Polymorphism

5.3 Topics in Education and Operational Polymorphism

6. Conclusion

VI BEYOND THE METAPHOR OF LEVELS OF CONSCIOUSNESS: APPROPRIATION OF

         SUBLATIVE TRANSFORMATIONS

1. The Breakthrough to Cognitional Structure and the Metaphor of Levels

2. The Metaphorical Misrepresentation of Mind

3. Lonergan’s Displacement of the Metaphor

4. A Puzzle: Lonergan’s Reliance on the Metaphor of Levels

5. Lonergan’s Shift of Attention from Cognitive to Moral Self-Transcendence

6. A Challenge: Appropriation of Sublative Transformations

VII LONERGANS PUZZLING NEGLECT OF THE CONCEPT OF SUBLATION

1. The Hegelian Origin of Lonergan’s of Levels

2. Four Causes of Lonergan’s Neglect of Sublation

2.1 Hegel’s Sublation as a Genetic Relation

2.2 Sublation and the Aims of Cognitional Analysis

2.3 The Rationality of Rational Self-Consciousness in Insight

2.3.1 Rational Self-Consciousness as a Viewpoint

2.3.2 The Hegelian Origin of Lonergan’s Conception

2.3.3 The Structural Similarity of the Two Conceptions

2.3.4 Rational Self-Consciousness as an Extension of Rational Consciousness

2.4 Residual Intellectualist Faculty Psychology

3. The Sublation of Cognitional Process

4. Conclusion

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