Philosophical Forum 38 (4):387–459 (2007)

The article discusses on Hegel's philosophy in the study of logic, nature, and spirit. According to the author, Hegel's Logic is a theory of all basic categories not in the forms of propositional thought in concept from the material or content. Hegel classifies logic in different doctrines which includes the doctrine of being, essence, and notion. The author reveals that on Hegel's philosophy of nature, he states that it is the study of the idea in its disaffection from self and a dialectical process in which disaffection progressively sets aside. In the philosophy of mind or spirit, Hegel tells that mind or spirit represents the truth of nature and it has the self-externality as its presupposition and arises out of such externality
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DOI 10.1111/j.1467-9191.2007.00276.x
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