Right, Law, and Justice at the End of History
Nichols, James H., Jr., Human Events
Outline of a Phenomenology of Right, by Alexandre Kojeve, edited by Bryan-- Paul Frost, translated by Bryan-Paul Frost and Robert Howse. Rowman & Littlefield, 492 + xv pages, $55
ALEXANDRE KOJEVE DEEPLY INFLUenced French intellectuals through his Paris seminar (1933-39) on Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit, from which, thanks to novelist Raymond Queneau, came a book (1947). Much of that . work appeared in English as Introduction to the Reading of Hegel in 1968, the year Kojeve died. Now Kojeve's biggest and most political book is ready for English readers' attention, in a painstakingly careful and accurate translation done by Bryan-Paul Frost and Robert Howse.
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Publication information: Article title: Right, Law, and Justice at the End of History. Contributors: Nichols, James H., Jr. - Author. Magazine title: Human Events. Volume: 1. Issue: 4 Publication date: Summer 2001. Page number: 10. © Human Events Publishing, Inc. Feb 16, 2009. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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