As we already knew from the book that made him famous, The End of History and the Last Man (1992), Fukuyama agrees with his teacher Alexandre Kojeve
's interpretation of G.W.F.
" - Plato, Timaeus (1) Alexandre Kojeve
is a peculiar case in contemporary continental philosophy.
Chapter three frames the familiar Hegelian narrative of master and slave relations as a product of Alexandre Kojeve
's influential but inaccurate interpretation.
Nichols J H, 2007 Alexandre Kojeve
: Wisdom at the End of History (Rowman and Littlefield, Lanham, MD)
In "Voegelin, Strauss, and Kojeve on Tyranny" (217-39), Barry Cooper describes Voegelin's relationship to the German-American political philosopher Leo Strauss (1899-1973) and the Russian-born French philosopher Alexandre Kojeve
Such was the case this May when, in a brief article in Liberation, Italian philosopher Giorgio Agamben revisited a political memo written in 1945 by Alexandre Kojeve
, a speculative thinker as well as a high-ranking civil servant involved in the construction of what would become the European Union.
O volume conta ainda com a traducao inedita do ensaio essencial de Bataille sobre Hegel, "Hegel, a morte e o sacrificio", tentativa de extrair da Fenomenologia do espirito de Hegel, lida atraves do comentario de Alexandre Kojeve
, uma teoria do sacrificio, isto e, da experiencia impossivel da morte.
But Hegel's key link to France remains connected to one name: Alexandre Kojeve
Amongst prominent European philosophers, Strauss was taken seriously only by Hans-Georg Gadamer, until Gadamer concluded that Strauss was a crank, and by Alexandre Kojeve
, whose work reads today as if it were a parody of trendy French Marxism.
These range from Antonio Negri, Alain Badiou, Giorgio Agamben, Slavoj Zizek, and Alexandre Kojeve
on the left to Niccolo Machiavelli, Thomas Hobbes, John Locke, Leo Strauss, and Nazi apologist Carl Schmitt on the right, passing through figures less easily classified (e.g., John Gray, Rene Girard) and thinkers whose political ideas display religious overtones, such as Eric Voegelin and the French mystic and philosopher Simone Weil.