In the Introduction to the Reading of Hegel, Alexandre Kojève interprets the Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit as the narration of the origin of human being. In a letter to Kojève in 1955 Schmitt clarifies that everything that Kojève does with Hegels is nothing but an “atheistic anthropology”1. Starting from this definition, my aim today is to go back to the origins of this atheism. That is: in the first part of my paper I will focus on the Kojève’s text on atheism. Then, I will face his famous interpretation of Hegel.

Notes on Alexandre Kojève. From Atheism to the 'Aesthetization of Truth' / Stimilli, Elettra. - (2024).

Notes on Alexandre Kojève. From Atheism to the 'Aesthetization of Truth'.

Stimilli Elettra
2024

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In the Introduction to the Reading of Hegel, Alexandre Kojève interprets the Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit as the narration of the origin of human being. In a letter to Kojève in 1955 Schmitt clarifies that everything that Kojève does with Hegels is nothing but an “atheistic anthropology”1. Starting from this definition, my aim today is to go back to the origins of this atheism. That is: in the first part of my paper I will focus on the Kojève’s text on atheism. Then, I will face his famous interpretation of Hegel.
2024
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Notes on Alexandre Kojève. From Atheism to the 'Aesthetization of Truth' / Stimilli, Elettra. - (2024).
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