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Da Ciencia da Logica a Filosofia da Natureza: Estrutura do Sistema Hegeliano

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Kriterion (1997) pp. 38(95) 33-48

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The coherence and architectonic of Hegel's mature system depends on the continuity and dialectical articulation of its first two parts: "The Science of Logic" and the "Philosophy of Nature". The aim of this article is to examine the two crucial texts that describe the transition from the science of logic to the philosophy of nature-the last pages of the science of logic and the last paragraphs of the logic of the "Encyclopedia"-and to discuss the best interpretations of these passages in Hegel's contemporary scholarship. The conclusion is that there is a deep articulation between logic and philosophy of nature that derives from the logical-dialectical movement and from nature's intelligible character. (edited)

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  • absolute
  • dialectic
  • hegel
  • idea
  • logic
  • metaphysics
  • nature
  • system

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