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Hegel's Doctrine of Reflection; Being a Paraphrase and a Commentary Interpolated Into the Text of the Second Volume of Hegel's Larger Logic, Treating of "Essence."
by:Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1881. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... Hegel's doctrine of reflection Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel TO THE KEADER This translation and paraphrase of the second volume of Hegel's larger Logic...
This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1881. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... Hegel's doctrine of reflection Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel TO THE KEADER This translation and paraphrase of the second volume of Hegel's larger Logic is herewith submitted to a small circle of students who sympathize with an attempt to interpret in English the subtle and fruitful thoughts of Hegel on the subject of the categories of Keflection--showing their genesis from the experience which the mind makes of the transitoriness of the world of sense-objects, and showing, at the same time, the limits of the validity of those categories. It is by no means a complete elaboration of the whole book--some parts being less than a fluent translation, and lacking commentary altogether, while others are believed to be fairly adequate. The translator's commentary is included in parentheses. The work was begun and continued under the auspices of the " Kant Club " of St. Louis, Missouri, and has been used as a hand-book by that club. The translator hopes to add, from time to time, more commentary to this volume, and has promised to write for it an introduction which will attempt to deduce the point of view for " Essence," from that of " Being," which Hegel treats in the first volume. A paraphrase of the third volume, treating of the Syllogism, Teleology in Nature, and the absolute Ideal of the World or the Personality of the Absolute--which Hegel discusses under the subjects of " Subjectivitat," " Objectivitat," and " Idee "--is in progress, and may be given to the same public that this volume reaches. The reader will find it profitable to study these pages in connection with the exposition of " Essence" given in the smaller Logic of the Encyclopaedia of Hegel, as found in the elegant and exact rendering of Mr. Wallace ...
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