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The Logic of Hegel’s Philosophy of Nature

  • Martin Drees
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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

From its very beginning, the discussion surrounding Hegel’s philosophical system has been focused on the relation between the Logic and the Philosophy of Nature. Not only the notorious transition from the one to the other, but also the more general problem of the structural relations and correspondencies between these two parts of this philosophy have been continuously debated for the last century and a half.

Keywords

Natural Phenomenon Notional Determination Logical Argument Empirical Phenomenon Logical Concept 
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