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Jean Hyppolite

1907 (Jonzac) — 1968 (Paris)

Die Fichtesche Idee der Wissenschaftslehre und der Entwurf Husserls

1959

Jean Hyppolite

in: Husserl et la Pensée Moderne/Husserl und das Denken der Neuzeit, Den Haag : Martinus Nijhoff

L'idée fichtéenne de la doctrine de la science et le projet husserlien

1959

Jean Hyppolite

in: Husserl et la Pensée Moderne/Husserl und das Denken der Neuzeit, Den Haag : Martinus Nijhoff

Discussion de la présentation de R. P. Van Breda

1959

Jean HyppoliteHerman Van BredaLeslie BeckLucien GoldmannRoman Witold Ingarden

in: Husserl. Troisieme Colloque philosophique de Royaumont (23-30 avril 1957), Paris : Editions de Minuit

The structure of philosophic language according to the "Preface" to Hegel's Phenomenology of the Mind

1970

Jean Hyppolite

in: The languages of criticism and the sciences of man, Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press

Concluding remarks

1970

Richard MackseyJean HyppoliteRené Girard

in: The languages of criticism and the sciences of man, Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press

Figures de la pensée philosophique

1971

Jean Hyppolite

Paris, Presses universitaires de France

L'inter subjectivitéchez Husserl

1971

Jean Hyppolite

in: Figures de la pensée philosophique, Paris : Presses universitaires de France

The structure of philosophic language according to the "Preface" to Hegel's Phenomenology of the Mind

1972

Jean Hyppolite

in: The structuralist controversy, Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press

Concluding remarks

1972

Richard MackseyJean HyppoliteRené Girard

in: The structuralist controversy, Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press

The structure of philosophic language according to the "Preface" to Hegel's Phenomenology of the Mind

2007

Jean Hyppolite

in: The structuralist controversy, Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press

Concluding remarks

2007

Richard MackseyJean HyppoliteRené Girard

in: The structuralist controversy, Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press