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A Commentary on Hegel
A Commentary on Hegel

A Commentary on Hegel's Science of Logic by David Gray Carlson

A Commentary on Hegel's Science of Logic

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A Commentary on Hegel's Science of Logic David Gray Carlson ebook
ISBN: 1403986282, 9781403986283
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This can be seen with special clarity in . 841-42) called “the empty negative … a presumed absolute”:. In it, Hegel is (commendably) clear about what he's doing: he's substituting ontology for logic. Been reading Hegel's “Science of Logic”, which underlies and illustrates your point. However, the letters between them are interesting. For me, Hegel's account of essence in the Science of Logic is especially interesting as it so nicely develops an ontology of relation, paying special attention to features of self-reflexivity. According to Schacht, Hegel's use of the term 'scientific' should not be equated with empirical science. Anonymous Rochenko said Good post. Logic is for the 'little people' like natural scientists and mathematicians. It, too, failed to articulate a liberatory alternative, offering in place of private- and state-capitalism little more than what Hegel (Science of Logic, Miller trans., pp. These, Rosenkranz comments, mark and advance on the Jena structure. I have always had difficulty seeing the subjective logic as a This I think is often overlooked in English commentaries as Sinclair is not known in English language philosophical literature. I think maybe the key to understanding Hegel is what his critique of naturalism (in the broadest sense, including sociological explanation) amounts to (which means reading the Logic of the Concept). [To comment, it also diverges from the published Science of Logic, and in fact makes more sense to me than the published version. Yet Hegel's central text, the monumental Science of Logic, still remains for most philosophers (both figuratively and literally) a firmly closed book. This book, so the rumours went, was to offer a sustained and serious reading of Hegel, Žižek's professed philosophical first love, without the leavening jokes and pinball cultural commentary. I agree that I did not give an argument for the data I suggested; that's because I thought this was so obvious as to require no explanation. What the devil else would you look at?

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