after day. Wrangel does not disclose in his memoir the name of the book that they were studying. He only mentions its authorâs name: Hegel. We do not know which book of Hegelâs that Wrangel, who subscribed to the Augsburger Allgemeine Zeitung, ordered for Dostoevsky from Germany. So let us select one: the lectures on the philosophy of history, which Hegel delivered between the autumn of 1822 and the spring of 1831 at the University of Berlin. His lecture series was concurrent with the arrival of ten thousand exiles in Siberia. The lectures were ï¬rst published in book form in 1837; then in 1840, a new revised edition appeared. It is possible that Wrangel, after some browsing, may have ordered this book, because in it Hegel mentions Siberia. True, it is only a few words â and they explain why Hegel will not be discussing Siberia. He commences his discussion of Asia: âWe must ï¬rst of all eliminate Siberia, the northern slope of Asia. For it lies outside the scope of our enquiry. The whole character of Siberia rules it out as a setting for historical culture and prevents it from attaining a distinct form in the world-historical
Common Knowledge – Duke University Press
Published: Jan 1, 2004
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