The Origin and Significance of Hegel's Logic

J. B. Baillie

Editore: Forgotten Books
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  • EAN: 9780259620617
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IT will greatly facilitate the appreciation of the history of Hegel's views on Logic if at the outset we give some indication of his attitude to the problem of philosophy as a whole, the direction from which he approached philosophy, and the primary influences which helped to determine the course of his mental development. Hegel's earliest conception of the nature of Logic has at least this in common with his latest, that Logic is no mere appendage or accident in his general system, but an integral element of it. The statement, therefore, of his general philosophical point of view will throw no inconsiderable light on his theory of Logic.