Hegel e le prove dell'esistenza di Dio
- Authors: Cicatello, A.
- Publication year: 2012
- Type: Articolo in rivista (Articolo in rivista)
- OA Link: http://hdl.handle.net/10447/95658
The essay examines Hegel’s treatment of the proofs of the existence of God, particular attention being paid to the peculiar physiognomy that they take on in the lectures on philosophy of religion. Reread as descriptions of the spiritual pathway of man’s elevation to God, the metaphysical tests, far from dissolving into empty exercise of the intellect, remain, in Hegel’s eyes, a question that is still topical, and all the more topical faced with an epoch now little inclined to favour the metaphysical ambitions of reason and especially the pretensions of a theology founded upon demonstrative bases.