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Hegel on the Interaction Between Science and Philosophy

  • Gerd Buchdahl
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Part of the Archives Internationales D’Histoire Des Idées / International Archives of the History of Ideas book series (ARCH, volume 136)

Abstract

My main purpose in these short remarks will be to throw light on Hegel’s views on the relationship between empirical science and philosophical analysis. As I have already indicated in an earlier publication, my primary concern is with the methodological aspects of Hegel’s work.1 When I speak here of science, what I mainly have in mind is Hegel’s conception of the foundations of physics, his views on matter and force. A proper appraisal of the place and status of such concepts was one of the main aims of his formulation of a philosophy of nature.

Keywords

Scientific Theory Empirical Science Empirical Concept Metaphysical Foundation Methodological Position 
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Notes

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