By David Gray Carlson
Hegel is considered the top of German idealism and his paintings has gone through a huge revival when you consider that 1975. during this booklet, David grey Carlson offers a scientific interpretation of Hegel's 'The technology of Logic', a piece principally neglected, via a process of obtainable diagrams, making a choice on and explicating every one of Hegel's logical derivations.
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Abstraction turns Pure Being into Pure Nothing. The modulation itself was Becoming. Thanks to sublation, "this strange autosuppressive category,"76 Becoming is contained in every moment that follows: [T]he progress from . . the beginning is to be regarded as only a further determination of it . . [T]he starting point . . remains at the base of all that follows . . Thus the beginning . . is the foundation which is present and preserved throughout the entire subsequent development, remaining completely immanent in its further determinations.
The ego. In exploring possible beginnings, Hegel considers a Car- 91 Hegel suggests that beginning at Pure Nothing is impossible, because nothing comes of nothing. Later, he states that, if there is such a thing as Becoming, if we now are something, then obviously we did not begin at Pure Nothing. (84) Cynthia Willett argues that Hegel could have begun with Pure Nothing instead of Pure Being. Cynthia Willett, The Shadow of HegeVs Science of Logic, in ESSAYS ON HEGEL'S LOGIC, supra note 17, at 88; see also HOULGATE, supra note 84, at 269, 289.
2000) ("At each new dialectical step, Hegel goes against the intermittent insight of his own logic, forgets the rights of the preceding step, and thus prepares to copy what he chided as abstract negation: an abstract - to wit, a subjectively and arbitrarily confirmed positivity"). In truth, this fault in dialectic reason is an integral part of the system. 43 As Burbidge characterizes the process, we start with the Understanding in its contemplation of Pure Being. It changes to Pure Nothing. Pure Nothing is likewise the product of the Understanding.
A Commentary to Hegel’s Science of Logic by David Gray Carlson