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Hegel and the metaphysics of absolute negativity

Author: Brady Bowman
Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2013.
Series: Modern European philosophy.
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"Hegel's doctrines of absolute negativity and 'the Concept' are among his most original contributions to philosophy and they constitute the systematic core of dialectical thought. Brady Bowman explores the interrelations between these doctrines, their implications for Hegel's critical understanding of classical logic and ontology, natural science and mathematics as forms of 'finite cognition', and their role in  Read more...
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Bowman, Brady.
Hegel and the metaphysics of absolute negativity
(DLC) 2012036033
Named Person: Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel; Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel; Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Brady Bowman
ISBN: 9781107336858 1107336856 1107333539 9781107333536 9781139520201 1139520202
OCLC Number: 828494721
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Introduction. 'A Completely Altered View of Logic' --
1. The Hegelian concept, absolute negativity, and the transformation of philosophical critique --
2. Hegel's complex relationship to 'pre-Kantian' metaphysics --
3. Hegelian skepticism and the 'idealism of the finite' --
4. Skeptical implications for the foundations of natural science --
5. The methodology of finite cognition and the ideal of mathematical rigor --
6. 'Die Sache Selbst' --
absolute negativity and Hegel's speculative logic of content --
7. Absolute negation and the history of logic. 1 The Hegelian Concept, absolute negativity, and the transformation of philosophical critique1.1. Introduction; 1.2. Kant's and Jacobi's challenge to rationalism and Hegel's response; 1.3. The Hegelian Concept and the transformation of the categorial structure of intelligibility; 1.3.1 The science of logic as a critique of categorial thought; 1.3.2 Horstmann's analysis of the Hegelian Concept as a relation of relations; 1.3.3 The role of the Hegelian Concept in constructing a positively determinate absolute. 1.4. The logic of absolute negativity and the transformation of the demonstrative ideal1.4.1 Jacobi's critique of "Spinozism" and its legacy in Fichte and Hegel; 1.4.2 Henrich's analysis of autonomous negation and its identity with the Concept; 1.4.3 Hegelian terminology as representing modes of negativity; 1.4.4 The refutation of Spinozism and the critical self-consciousness of finite cognition; 1.4.5 The origin of finite cognition and Hegel's transformation of the concept of critique; 2 Hegel's complex relationship to "pre-Kantian" metaphysics; 2.1. Introduction. 2.2. The legacy of Christian Wolff2.3. Hegel's conception of the metaphysics of the understanding and its Kantian background; 2.3.1 Kant on reason and the understanding: a brief review; 2.3.2 The metaphysics of the understanding and the categorial view of reality; 2.4. The metaphysical origin and structure of the understanding; 2.5. Hegel's critique of the metaphysics of the understanding; 2.6. The aporiae of pre-Kantian metaphysics and their re-emergence in Kant and Jacobi; 2.7. Kant and Jacobi between the finite metaphysics of the understanding and the speculative metaphysics of reason. 3 Hegelian skepticism and the idealism of the finite3.1. Introduction; 3.2. The post-Kantian preconceptions of Hegel's Kant reception; 3.3. Hegel's rejection of Kantian subjectivism; 3.4. Hegel's rejection of transcendental idealism: the realist dimension; 3.5. Hegel on the non-being of the finite: objective idealism and the limits of McDowell's realist interpretation; 3.6. Kant's monism of mere appearances: transcendental idealism versus Spinozism; 3.7. "Truth" versus "correctness": is there adequate ground for true determinate judgments about finite objects?
Series Title: Modern European philosophy.
Responsibility: Brady Bowman, Pennsylvania State University.

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