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Encyclopedia of the Philosophical Sciences, Part One

By Hegel, Georg

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Title: Encyclopedia of the Philosophical Sciences, Part One  
Author: Hegel, Georg
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Language: English
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Hegel, G. (n.d.). Encyclopedia of the Philosophical Sciences, Part One. Retrieved from http://members.worldebooklibrary.org/


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Philosophy misses an advantage enjoyed by the other sciences. It cannot like them rest the existence of its objects on the natural admissions of consciousness, nor can it assume that its method of cognition, either for starting or for continuing, is one already accepted. The objects of philosophy, it is true, are upon the whole the same as those of religion. In both the object is Truth, in that supreme sense in which God and God only is the Truth. Both in like manner go on to treat of the finite worlds of Nature and the human Mind, with their relation to each other and to their truth in God. Some acquaintance with its objects, therefore, philosophy may and even must presume, that and a certain interest in them to boot, were it for no other reason than this: that in point of time the mind makes general images of objects, long before it makes notions of them, and that it is only through these mental images, and by recourse to them, that the thinking mind rises to know and comprehend thinkingly.

Table of Contents
· I. Introduction · II: Preliminary Notion -- Logic derived from a survey of the whole system · III. First Attitude of Thought to Objectivity · IV: Second Attitude to Objectivity -- Empiricism · IV: TWO. The Critical Philosophy · III. Third Attitude of Thought to Objectivity--Immediate or Intuitive Knowledge · VI. Logic Defined Divided · First Subdivision--Being · Second Subdivision--Essence · Second Subdivision: Essence--World of Appearance -- Content Form -- Relation · Second Subdivision: Essence--Actuality--Substantiality - Causality - Reciprocity · Third Subdivision -- IX. Notion · Third Subdivision: The Notion--The Object--Development of the Object--Mechanism--Chemism--Teleology-- · Third Subdivision: The Notion--The Idea--Development of The Idea--Life--Cognition--Absolute Idea

 

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