1 edition of Hegels Epistemological Realism found in the catalog.
Source title: Hegels Epistemological Realism: A Study of the Aim and Method of Hegels Phenomenology of Spirit (Philosophical Studies Series)
|Statement||Kenneth R Westphal|
|Publishers||Kenneth R Westphal|
|LC Classifications||Sep 30, 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 61 p. :|
|Number of Pages||90|
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These alternative joining and splitting approaches can in turn be applied to the relationship of judgments within inferences or syllogisms. When, in any culture, there emerge polarised dualisms whose relatedness is unintegrated, the need arises for philosophy, whose purpose, then, becomes the attempt to reconcile them.
In the Newtonian laws of mechanics, however, the unity of matter is still only formal, and in Section Two, Physics, the determinateness of form is now considered as immanent within such corporeal matter. The pantheistic legacy inherited by Hegel meant that he had no problem in considering an objective outer world beyond any particular subjective mind.
Modern subjectivity is thereby purchased as the expense of a sense of abstraction and alienation from the actual world and from the self—a Hegels Epistemological Realism of the way the modern subject has become related to his or her body in a different way.
But for non-traditionalists it is not obvious that Hegel, in employing such phrases, is in any way committed to any metaphysical supra-individual conscious being or beings. From within the type of consciousness generated within civil society, in which individuals are grasped as bearers of rights abstracted from the particular concrete relationships Hegels Epistemological Realism which they belong, Smithean optimism may seem justified.
- Four Some Aspects of Empiricism and Empirical Knowledge. Prominent among such interpretations has been the so-called post-Kantian interpretation advanced by North American Hegel scholars Robert Pippin 1989, 2008, 2019 and Terry Pinkard 1994, 2000, 2012.
2: Hegel, Marx, and the Aftermath, London: Routledge, 1945. - Four Some Aspects of Empiricism and Empirical Knowledge. Such a psychologistic attitude was opposed by Hegel just as it was opposed by a figure as central to modern logic as Gottlob Frege.
Lectures on the Philosophy of Religion, 3 Volumes, edited by Peter C. [SL], The Science of Logic, translated by George di Giovanni, New York: Cambridge University Press, 2010. It is a concrete object, but not grasped as a Hegels Epistemological Realism simple, but grasped in relation to what is judged of it in the predicate.
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From the former point of view one thinks of the subject term as designating a substance, typically grasped as an instance of a kind, in which properties, designated by predicate terms, inhere. The term clearly suited Kant as he had distinguished the phenomena known through the faculty of sensibility from the noumena known purely conceptually. In English-language interpretations, such a picture is effectively found in the work of Charles Taylor 1975 and Michael Rosen 1984for example.
However, the general point separating his approach from that of Spinoza clearly emerges earlier on. In this Newtonian world, that which gives order to the whole now has the ideality of law, but this is itself thought of as external to the system of objects.
Hegel constructs a series of such Hegels Epistemological Realism that maps onto the history of western European civilization from the Greeks to his own time.
Hegel's views were formed in consideration of Classical Skepticism and Modern epistemology, and he frequently presupposes great familiarity with other views and the difficulties they face.
It is a concrete object, but not grasped as a concrete simple, but grasped in relation to what is judged of it in the predicate.
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