An Introduction to Hegel's Logic

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Hackett Publishing, 1998 - Philosophy - 126 pages
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Justus Hartnack provides a highly accessible, philosophically astute introduction to Hegel's logic--one of those rare books that rewards readers at any level of sophistication--and the ideal text for students about to embark on the study of this challenging topic.

 

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Contents

With What Must the Science of Logic Begin?
8
Quality
20
Quantity
27
Quantitative Infinity
33
Summary
39
Contradiction
47
Appearance
62
Actuality
72
Absolute Relations
79
The Concept
88
The Object
105
The Idea
112
Bibliography
125
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Justus Hartnack is Professor of Philosophy Emeritus, SUNY Brockport.

Lars Aagaard-Mogenson is Professor of Philosophy, School of Visual Arts, New York.

Kenneth R. Westphal is Associate Professor of Philosophy, University of New Hampshire.

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