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Hegel

Georg Wilhelm Friedrich . 1770--1831, German philosopher, who created a fundamentally influential system of thought. His view of man's mind as the highest expression of the Absolute is expounded in The Phenomenology of Mind (1807). He developed his concept of dialectic, in which the contradiction between a proposition (thesis) and its antithesis is resolved at a higher level of truth (synthesis), in Science of Logic (1812--16)
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La subjetividad para Hegel es lo otro de la objetividad, o sea, yo soy sujeto para mi mismo en cuanto para el otro soy objeto; el otro es sujeto para el mismo en cuanto para mi es objeto.
If science does not wish to be, as it was described by Hegel [4], a simple unit of data then, of course, it should have concepts and should operate with them.
The totality of western metaphysics that came into being later as the figment that Derrida would unravel can then be unraveled also in Schlegel's prior reading of Plato, making it--like Schelling's Philosophy of Art--a missing piece of the standard histories modeled on the figure of Hegel (who does not of course survive as such in this book) that we would do well to recover more habitually than we do.
In The Phenomenology of Mind, Hegel makes the celebrated claim that any attempt to fix the truth of one's own self-consciousness demands an Other.
An historical reading of Hegel means that we must regard his philosophy in light of Kant's epistemology (3) In reforming Kant's understanding of consciousness and experience, Hegel attempted to restore some sense of classical metaphysics to philosophy in that he historicized the Logos.
Hegel scorned contemporary versions of such things, it is true, and Mr.
Since Marx and Hegel, political philosophers from Spencer and Croce to Lenin and Spengler produced variations of these early theories, but after World War II, the effort was largely abandoned because it became identified with the nightmares of Nazism and Stalinism.
Hegel calls the latter "an external manner of apprehension" (388), (1) thereby deftly linking Schelling's idealism with empiricism's materialism in terms of their "external manner.
With apologies to all those who have made careers of the serious study of either Hegel or Darwin, let us briefly compare evolutionary and dialectic theories.
This chapter is a thicket of inappropriate comparisons to Hegel and Marx, comparisons that depend on misdescribing her views and ignoring the meaning of theirs.
MacGregor's explanation for this difficulty is Marx's intellectual debt to Hegel, which Marxists have long (and here at least they are in agreement with Marx himself underplayed.
Gary Hegel has been named the company's new CEO, reporting to Jose Maria Garcia Meyer-Dohner.