Wissenschaft der Logik (FREE)


  • Paperback
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  • Wissenschaft der Logik
  • Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
  • English
  • 11 March 2018
  • 9780872200708

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  1. says: Review Wissenschaft der Logik Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel Ô 2 Read & download Wissenschaft der Logik (FREE)

    Wissenschaft der Logik (FREE) Review Wissenschaft der Logik Wissenschaft der Logik Hegel's Science of Logic c1998 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel 1770 1831 Arnold V Miller John Niemeyer FindlayScience of Logic first published between 1812 and 1816 is the work in which Georg Wilhelm Fri

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    Wissenschaft der Logik (FREE) Review Ð PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ô Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel Review Wissenschaft der Logik I haven’t read this book in the way it needs to be read Really you would need to sit down with a pen and paper and map out how he makes his way through his logic I think it would also help to have a kind of guide book alongside me

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    Wissenschaft der Logik (FREE) Review Wissenschaft der Logik This is comparatively clear and I mean 'compared to the Science of Logic' which is the most opaue worst written book of all time And the actual 'logic' parts of it are really still pretty opaue But the prefaces and introduction and 'position of thought' stuff are fantastic background for understanding what Hegel was trying

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    Review Wissenschaft der Logik Wissenschaft der Logik (FREE) Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel Ô 2 Read & download I wrote a very uick review when I first dipped into this book I have decided to write at greater length mainly for my own benefit Russell says that Hegel is the most difficult to understand of all the great philosophers He also says that the place to start is with his Logic I should add that I have no knowledge of philosophy and that I found this book very tough My belief for what it is worth is that Hegel is trying to

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    Wissenschaft der Logik (FREE) Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel Ô 2 Read & download Read this book as poetry Open to any line read it a few times swish it around in your brain then spit it out if you can Kick this book throw it against the wall pick it up and cry over it A life changer a mind buster The great Hegel at his best his deepest and his most profound Go for it if you dare

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    Wissenschaft der Logik (FREE) Review Ð PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ô Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel Review Wissenschaft der Logik I've taken two courses specifically focused on the work of Hegel The first was taught by a visiting French Swiss professor at Union T

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    Wissenschaft der Logik (FREE) An excelent book for insomniacs I read it once grasped little read it again and had glimpses of an understanding Then I looked at my notes two or three months later Think it needs another read I bought this book when I was studying logic as part of a degree course in pure mathematics It has no connection with

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    Wissenschaft der Logik (FREE) Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel Ô 2 Read & download I went and told everyone that this was relatively easy for Hegel Then they started reading it Uh oh

  9. says: Wissenschaft der Logik (FREE) Review Ð PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ô Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel Ô 2 Read & download

    Review Ð PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ô Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel Ô 2 Read & download Review Wissenschaft der Logik When as now the notion is called the truth of Being and Essence we must expect to be asked why we do not begin with the notion? The answer is that where knowledge by thought is our aim we cannot begin with the truth because the truth when it forms the beginning must rest on mere assertion The truth when it is thought must as such verify it

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    Review Wissenschaft der Logik Wissenschaft der Logik (FREE) I read this as an independent study at Villanova This was a good introduction to Hegel's philosophy and his evaluation of

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Wissenschaft der Logik

Review Ð PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ô Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel Ô 2 Read & download Review Wissenschaft der Logik Ted in the notes a select Bibliography of various works on Hegel's logic and an Inde. An excelent book for insomniacs I read it once grasped little read it again and had glimpses of an understanding Then I looked at my notes two or three months later Think it needs another read I bought this book when I was studying logic as part of a degree course in pure mathematics It has no connection with mathematical logic Or even logic I think it s about God than anything else but I would have to look at my notes again Meanwhile I ve read god knows how many novels and non fiction in the interim

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Review Ð PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ô Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel Ô 2 Read & download Review Wissenschaft der Logik A translation of Hegel's German text It includes a bilingual annotated glossary bibl. I haven t read this book in the way it needs to be read Really you would need to sit down with a pen and paper and map out how he makes his way through his logic I think it would also help to have a kind of guide book alongside me while I was reading this to explain what is going on and to make his allusions to other philosophers and philosophies clearer and not as taken for granted I read this for the first time in my mid twenties God knows what I got out of it then I m not sure I ve gotten too much out of it now either I m afraidOne of the things that people know about Hegel is that he develops all of his ideas according to the triad you posit a thesis it is somehow related to an antithesis and in their mutual interaction you end up with a synthesis which then becomes your new thesis and the process continues Given this is generally understood as the Hegelian method and since this book is him explaining how logic works you might expect a long and involved Hegel likes to be both long and involved that is certainly true discussion of this triadic process However this thesis and antithesis idea is mentioned only once in the book and in that case he is discussing it in relation to Kantian philosophy And here he is anything but complimentary However the proofs that Kant proposes for his theses and antitheses must indeed be regarded as mere pseudo proofs since what is supposed to be proved is always already contained in the presuppositions that form the starting point and only through the long winded apagogic process is the semblance of mediation produced p 95 I ve read other people say exactly the same thing about Hegel s triadStill it is clear that Hegel builds his system using something like this three part process although it is also clear that this is not all he is doing Key to what is going on here is the idea that our understanding of the world and philosophy is nothing if not people thinking deeply about what it means to understand the world has grown and become richer over time As such Hegel spends about a third of the Logic on the preliminary conception I guess a kind of introduction And here he spends a lot of time discussing the nature of God and the implications of this nature of God to the possibilities for humans to understand that nature As someone raised an atheist I found this part of the book hard work even hard work than some of the later parts of the book as I have nothing to hook many of these ideas onto Still there was enough philosophy mixed in here with the theology for me to only feel somewhat lostHis logic proper is in three subdivisions the doctrine of being the doctrine of essence and the doctrine of concept You might think that with each of these subdivisions we are moving further and further away from the real world and into the realm of the abstract But Hegel s point is the exact opposite While we think of being as concrete existence where our being is immediate and rich our concepts are thought of as being abstract and distant from our lived experience Hegel says that it is the concepts that are rich in their power to help us understand how the world really is and therefore it is these seemingly abstract concepts that prove to be concrete than the merely real world of being Having tools and lenses to view the world with helps us understand the richness of the world and as such it also allows us to see how the world sits in the richness of its interconnectedness Those interconnections are for Hegel the truly concrete necessity of the worldI want to play with these ideas for a minute not least because they are pretty close to the opposite of how we generally think His doctrine of being comes in three parts virtually all divisions and subdivisions in this book are in triplets as I hinted before being is divided into uality uantity and measure For Hegel we move from one to the other but only can understand any of these three by seeing how they interpenetrate each otherPlato is said to be the first really dialectical thinker Plato that is and not Socrates Hegel points out that for Socrates dialectics was mostly subjective and negative that is what he calls irony p130 This is important Socrates was told he was the wisest person alive but he believed this was a kind of joke since all he knew was that he knew nothing at all For Socrates to really be the wisest person alive he needed to show that his wisdom lay in the fact that at least he KNEW he didn t know anything whereas everyone else thought they were experts but really didn t know anything as the Irish say their arse from their elbow It is that which makes Socrates s dialectic negative He spent his life asking people to say what they believed to be true then he would ask them a series of uestions and show that they actually believed the opposite of what they started off saying they believed The dialectic proper is this idea of getting to the truth through understanding that every idea contains in itself its own opposite But since Socrates was only doing dialectics for the purely negative purpose of showing that he and everyone else knew nothing it was left to Plato to show that the dialectic had a positive side The example Hegel gives is from the Parmenides where Plato shows that to understand the One you need to understand the Many and vice versa This isn t just showing that people are confused or that knowledge itself is impossible but rather that in understanding complex ideas you need to understand them in their richness and that means in their contradictoriness That if these ideas are living then they grow and become what they are not from what they are and therefore had to also have in themselves that opposition The seed as he or less says at one point isn t a plant but to become a plant it needs to have the concept of the plant its opposite contained within itself And this is why Hegel s system progresses in these three stepped processes where his discussion of uality necessarily then moves to a discussion of uantity and then onto measure as the unity of uality and uantityLet s do that slowly Let s imagine that the world wasn t created by the Christian God but by the Greek ones For the Greeks the universe prior to creation wasn t a void like in the Christian universe but rather it was a chaos What the gods did was to give form to that chaos So how do you do that Well a chaos is without form because it has no things in it that you can pick out To be able to pick things out from the chaos you need to know what ualities those things have Once you have defined uality you are then able to consider uantity initially this is as a kind of mathematical counting of how many of one thing there is when compared with something else But uantity and uality interpenetrate each other too The example he gives is on p170 where he talks about the phases of water and therefore the differences that are wrought when you change the uantity of heat in the water and force phase changes for a long time changing the amount of heat hardly does anything at all but eventually the liuid either turns to solid or to gas This idea of uantitative changes making ualitative ones is a key idea here he also talks of the idea of a man losing a single hair not thinking of himself as necessarily going bald but he must get to a point where to lose enough hairs baldness is the necessary resultFor Plato dialectics was used to show that the world we live in is a world of appearances That is Plato noticed the contradictions in the world and he knew that those contradictions were in the world and not just in our understanding that is it wasn t just that our reason wasn t up to the task of understanding the world but rather that the world itself actually contained contradictions as I said before that the one is the many for instance But if that was true and if the world ought to be perfect and perfect can t be self contradictory then Plato was forced to conclude that the world we live in can t be the real world but rather one of appearancesHegel goes a step further than this the contradictions that exist in the world aren t just due to our limited understanding nor to the world being merely of appearances but that these contradictions of things and in things are how we need to go about understanding the world to understand the world is to understand those contradictions That is the contradictions aren t mistakes or accidents but real and provide the actual path to truth So one of the parts of this that particularly stood out for me was his discussion of the relationship between freedom and necessity We generally think of these as being opposites if I NEED to do something I can t really say I m all that free and if I freely choose to do something then surely that can t have been the same as being under the compulsion of necessity Ok even with that said there are probably times when the two can be brought close together I need to eat something or I will die but what I eat is up to my free will to decide For Hegel this example isn t going far enough Freedom and necessity are not only opposites but they interpenetrate each other and so understanding one involves getting a truer understanding of the other By seeking to understand our own essence those things that seemed open to our free choice and will become increasingly necessary and the things that might have been enforced upon us if they are true increasingly become those things that we will freely chooseI had thought that with this three part system that when he got to discussing the syllogism that he would be all praise but he certainly wasn t and that this would be the clear culmination of his philosophy which I guess it was in a way even while he also calls it something that is pedantically followed and therefore has mostly fallen out of use The section on the syllogism you know all men are mortal Socrates is a man therefore Socrates is mortal is probably the hardest part of this book well for me anyway and I m still not sure I understood it at all This book was hard work and I ve started his Science of Logic now too which from the looks of things is pretty much exactly the same book all over again but hopefully will be written differently enough so as to explain bits I ve not really understood in ways that will make them a bit clearer I wanted to talk about difference too how the world is a kind of kingdom of differences and how this idea seems to have been used by linguisitics and semiotics in interesting ways but perhaps that will give me something to talk about when I finish his Science of Logic

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Review Ð PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ô Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel Ô 2 Read & download Review Wissenschaft der Logik Iographic and interpretive notes to Hegel's text an Index of References for works ci. Read this book as poetry Open to any line read it a few times swish it around in your brain then spit it out if you can Kick this book throw it against the wall pick it up and cry over it A life changer a mind buster The great Hegel at his best his deepest and his most profound Go for it if you dare