Table of contents for Lectures on the proofs of the existence of God / Georg Wilhelm Friendrich Hegel ; edited and translated by Peter C. Hodgson.

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CONTENTS
editorial introduction1
LECTURES ON THE PROOFS OF THE EXISTENCE OF GOD (1829) 35
First Lecture37
The Occasion for These Lectures Discrediting of the Proofs in Modern Culture. Faith and Reason The Elevation of the Human Spirit to God
Second Lecture45
Subjective Proof and Finite Knowledge The Turn to Faith
Third Lecture52
Faith, Immediacy, and Mediation Transition to Feeling
Fourth Lecture57
Feeling
Fifth Lecture63
Summary of the Preceding Argument Can God Be Known?
Sixth Lecture69
An Affirmative Approach The Historical Aspect The Proof from Consensus The Metaphysical Proof
Seventh Lecture75
Critique of the Metaphysics of Natural Theology The Speculative Concept
Eighth Lecture82
The Multiplicity of Proofs and the One God
Ninth Lecture88
Two Kinds of Proof Modes of Connection Between Being and Concept. The Three Proofs
Tenth Lecture93
The Cosmological Proof The Categories of Contingency and Necessity
Eleventh Lecture101
The Argument from Contingency to Necessity The Proofs and Logic The Nature of Necessity
Twelfth Lecture107
Critique of Absolute Necessity
Thirteenth Lecture111
The Defect in the Argument from Contingency to Necessity No Passage from the Finite to the Infinite?
Fourteenth Lecture119
The Finitude of Spirit The Infinitude of Spirit The Community of God and Humanity with Each Other
Fifteenth Lecture127
The Speculative View of the Transition from Finite to Infinite
Sixteenth Lecture133
Religions of Absolute Necessity The Pantheism of Absolute Necessity Characteristics of Systems of Substantiality
ON THE COSMOLOGICAL PROOF147
A Fragment
THE TELEOLOGICAL PROOF169
From the 1831 Lectures on the Philosophy of Religion
THE ONTOLOGICAL PROOF187
From the 1831 Lectures on the Philosophy of Religion
glossary194
bibliography199
index000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

God -- Proof.