Relating Hegel's Science of Logic to Contemporary Philosophy

Themes and Resonances
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ISBN-13:
9781137454508
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eBook
Seiten:
212
Autor:
L. Guzman
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eBook
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Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
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Englisch
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This book offers an interpretation of certain Hegelian concepts, and their relevance to various themes in contemporary philosophy, which will allow for a non-metaphysical understanding of his thought, further strengthening his relevance to philosophy today by placing him in the midst of current debates.
I. The In-Itself-For-Consciousness: The Third Dogma Introduction Detour via Davidson Introduction to the Introduction 1.Epistemological Paradoxes 2.Starting Point and Drive of the Phenomenology 3.Natural Consciousness and the Question of Truth The Problem of the Criterion or Measure 1.Criticisms Raised Against Hegel 2.The Nature of Consciousness 3.The Instability of the Object: Paragraph 85 4.The Negativity of Experience: Paragraph 86 II. The True Infinite and the Idea of the Good: Internal Excess Introduction Detour via Levinas/Derrida Introduction to the Issue of the Infinite 1.Being 2.Dasein 3.Something 4.Determination, Determinateness, and Constitution 5.Determination as Vocation Finitude 1.Limitation and the Ought The Spurious and the True Infinite III. Necessity is Contingency: The Analytic/Synthetic Distinction Introduction Detour via Quine Location of the Chapter on Actuality within the Science of Logic The Concept of Actuality The Movement of the Concept 1.Contingency, or Formal Actuality, Possibility, and Necessity 2.Relative Necessity, or Real Actuality, Possibility, and Necessity 3.Absolute Necessity IV. Everything Rational is a Syllogism: Inferentialism Introduction Detour via Brandom Placement of the Section on the Syllogism within the Science of Logic 1. The Concept i.Parallel Between the Concept and Kant's 'I think' ii.Infinite Objects iii.Correctness and Truth 2. The Judgment The Syllogism 1.The Syllogism of Existence 2.The Syllogism of Reflection 3.The Syllogism of Necessity i.The Hypothetical Syllogism ii.The Disjunctive Syllogism V. The Most Stubborn Opposition: Mind and World Introduction Detour via McDowell The Idea 1.The Idea of the True 2.The Idea of the Good 3.Overcoming the Idea of the Good The Absolute Idea 1.Lack of Content 2.Consummation (Vollendung) 3.Totality
This book offers an interpretation of certain Hegelian concepts, and their relevance to various themes in contemporary philosophy, which will allow for a non-metaphysical understanding of his thought, further strengthening his relevance to philosophy today by placing him in the midst of current debates.

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