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Hegel : a Re-Examination.

Author: J N Findlay
Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2014.
Series: Muirhead library of philosophy, 044.; Muirhead library of philosophy (Routledge)., Hegel ;, 1.
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First published in 2002. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Findlay, J N,
Hegel : A Re-Examination.
Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, ©2014
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: J N Findlay
ISBN: 9781317852568 1317852567
OCLC Number: 876512730
Notes: Iv. Organics: Philosophical Geology, Botany and Zoology.
Description: 1 online resource (371 pages).
Contents: Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Original Title Page; Original Copyright Page; FOREWORD; Table of Contents; CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTORY AND BIOGRAPHICAL; i. Hegel and Modern Preconceptions; ii. Hegel's Life and Writings; CHAPTER TWO: THE NOTION OF SPIRIT; i. What Hegel says about 'Spirit'; ii. What Hegel means by 'Spirit'; iii. Historical Roots of the Conception of Spirit; iv. Mitigation of Objections to the Concept of Spirit; CHAPTER THREE: THE DIALECTICAL METHOD; i. What Hegel says about Dialectic and its relations to Understanding and Speculative Reason. Ii. How Hegel actually uses his Dialecticiii. Mitigation of Objections to Hegel's Dialectic; CHAPTER FOUR: THE PHENOMENOLOGY OF SPIRIT --
I (Consciousness, Self-consciousness and Reason); i. The Preface and Introduction to the Phenomenology; ii. Sense-Certainty, Perception and Scientific Understanding; iii. Social Self-consciousness: Mastership and Slavery, Stoicism, Scepticism and Unhappy Other-World-liness; iv. The Observational Study of Nature and Mind; v. The Pursuit of Happiness, the Law of the Heart, Moral Idealism, Dedication to Causes, Moral Legislation, Moral Criticism. CHAPTER FIVE: THE PHENOMENOLOGY OF SPIRIT --
II (Spirit, Religion and Absolute Knowledge)i. Unreflective Ethical Life; ii. The 'self-estranged' Life of Culture; iii. Religious Faith and 'Enlightenment'; iv. Personal Morality and Conscientiousness; v. Religion in general; vi. Pre-Christian Religion; vii. Absolute or Revealed Religion (Christianity); viii. Absolute or Philosophical Knowledge; CHAPTER SIX: THE LOGIC --
I. The Doctrine of Being; i. Hegel's general view of Logic; ii. Being, Nothing and Becoming; iii. Determinate Being, the Bad and Good Infinites, Being-for-Self. Iv. Quantity, Number and Quantitative Infinityv. Quantitative Ratio and Measure; CHAPTER SEVEN: THE LOGIC --
II. The Doctrine of Essence; i. Hegel's treatment of 'Positedness' and 'Reflection'; ii. Identity, Difference, Likeness, Opposition and Contradiction; iii. Grounds, Reasons and Conditions; iv. Phenomenal Things, Matters, Properties and Laws: Wholes and Parts, Forces and Manifestations, Insides and Outsides; v. The Actual, the Possible, the Contingent and the Necessary; vi. Substance, Cause and Reciprocal Interaction; CHAPTER EIGHT: THE LOGIC --
III. The Doctrine of the Notion. I. The Notion and its 'Moments' Universality, Specificity and Individuality; ii. The Judgement and its Varieties; iii. The Syllogism and its Varieties; iv. Categories of Objectivity: Mechanism, Chemism and Teleology; v. The Idea in its Immediacy (Life); vi. The Idea as Knowledge; vii. The Idea as Practical Activity; viii. The Absolute Idea; CHAPTER NINE: THE PHILOSOPHY OF NATURE; i. The notion of a Naturphilosophie; ii. Philosophical Mechanics: Space, Time, Matter, Motion, Gravity; iii. Philosophical Physics: the Elements, Cohesion, Sound, Heat, Electricity, Magnetism, Chemical Action, etc.
Series Title: Muirhead library of philosophy, 044.; Muirhead library of philosophy (Routledge)., Hegel ;, 1.

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First published in 2002. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

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