Selected Writings of Donald Phillip Verene

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Selected Writings of Donald Phillip Verene


ON HEGEL

Hegel's Recollection: A Study of Images in the Phenomenology of Spirit. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1985.

(ed.) Hegel's Social and Political Thought: The Philosophy of Objective Spirit. New Jersey and Sussex: Humanities and Harvester Presses, 1980.

"Hegel's Account of War." In Hegel's Political Philosophy, ed. Z. A. Pelczynski. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1971.

"Hegel's Imagination." In Aesthetica et Calonologia: Festschrift for Tomonobu Imamichi, ed. G. Vattimo, et al. Tokyo: Academic Press, 1988.

"Vico's Road and Hegel's Owl as Historiographies of Renaissance Philosophy." CLIO 21 (1992).

"Two Sources of Philosophical Memory: Vico versus Hegel." In Philosophical Imagination and Cultural Memory, ed. P. Cook. Durham: Duke University Press, 1993. Italian trans. in Segni e Comprensione 5 (1991).

"Hegel's Spiritual Zoo and the Modern Condition." The Owl of Minerva: Journal of the Hegel Society of America 25 (1994).

"Hegel's Nature." Presidential address to the Hegel Society of America, 1994. In Hegel and the Philosophy of Nature, ed. S. G. Houlgate. Albany: State University of New York Press, forthcoming.

ON VICO

Vico's Science of Imagination. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1981; paperback 1991. Italian trans. La scienza della fantasia. Rome: Armando, 1984. German trans. Vicos Wissenschaft der Imagination. Munich: Fink, 1987.

The New Art of Autobiography: An Essay on the 'Life of Giambattista Vico Written by Himself'. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1991.

(co-ed.) Giambattista Vico's Science of Humanity. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1976.

"Vico's Science of Imaginative Universals and the Philosophy of Symbolic Forms." In Giambattista Vico's Science of Humanity.

"Vico's Philosophy of Imagination." Social Research 43 (1976). Response by Isaiah Berlin.

"Vico's Humanity." Humanitas 15 (1979). Italian trans. in Leggere Vico, ed. E. Riverso. Milan: Spirali Edizioni, 1982.

"Vico's Philosophical Originality." In Vico: Past and Present, ed. G. Tagliacozzo. Atlantic Highlands: Humanities Press, 1981. Italian trans. in Vico oggi, ed. A. Battistini. Rome: Armando, 1979.

"The New Art of Narration: Vico and the Muses." New Vico Studies 1 (1983).

"Vico and Marx on Poetic Wisdom and Barbarism." In Vico and Marx, ed. G. Tagliacozzo. Atlantic Highlands and London: Humanities and Macmillan Presses, 1983.

"Vico's Influence on Cassirer." New Vico Studies 3 (1985).

"Vico's 'Ignota latebat'." New Vico Studies 5 (1987).

"Vico's Frontispiece and the Tablet of Cebes." In Man, God, and Nature in the Enlightenment, ed. D. C. Mell, et al. East Lansing: Colleagues Press, 1988.

"Imaginative Universals and Narrative Truth." New Vico Studies 6 (1988). Response by Alasdair MacIntyre.

"Vico's New Critical Art and the Authority of the Noble Lie." In Discourses of Authority in Medieval and Renaissance Literature, ed. K. Brownlee and W. Stephens. Hanover: University Press of New England, 1989.

"Giambattista Vico's 'Reprehension of the Metaphysics of Rene Descartes, Benedict Spinoza, and John Locke': An Addition to the New Science (Translation and Commentary)." New Vico Studies 8 (1990).

"Imaginative Universals." In Vico and Anglo-American Science, Philosophy, and Writing, ed. M. Danesi. Berlin and New York: Mouton de Gruyter, forthcoming.

"Vico's Education." In The Imaginative Basis of Thought and Culture: Contemporary Perspectives on Giambattista Vico, ed. M. Danesi and F. Nuessel. Toronto: Canadian Scholars' Press, forthcoming, 1994.

"The Bodily Logic of Vico's Universali fantastici." In proceedings of Vico und die Zeichen--Vico e i segni (Berlin, 1993), forthcoming.

"Vico's Barbarism of Reflection," in volume of papers from History and the Discipline. …

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