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Table Of Contents

Introduction
What Is Hegel’s Logic About?
Hegel’s Relation to Kant
Kant’s Account of the Categories
Fichte’s Contribution
Radical Self-Criticism
Beginning with Pure Being
Does Hegel Have a Method?
Hegel’s Rejection of External Criticism
Dialectic and Immanent Development
The Orthodox View of Hegel
Passivity and Activity in Presuppositionless Thought
The Historical Conditions of Hegelian Logic
The Role of Religion
The Linguistic Challenge to Hegel
Hegel’s Views on Language
The Beginning of the Logic: Henrich’s Insight
Language and Abstraction
Kierkegaard’s Critique of Hegel
The Speculative Proposition
Philosophy and Ordinary Language
Quasi-Transcendental Approaches to Being
Why the Immanent Approach to Being Is to Be Preferred
The Identity of Thought and Being
Similarities and Differences Between Kant and Hegel
Hegel’s “Transcendental Deduction”
Hegel, Kant, and the “Thing in Itself”
Pippin’s Hegel
The Role of the Phenomenology
Phenomenological Method
From Sense-Certainty to Absolute Knowing
For Whom Is the Phenomenology Written?
From the Phenomenology to the Logic
Note on the Text
From Being to Becoming
Misunderstandings
Hegel and Nothing
An Immediate, Indeterminate, but Ineliminable Difference
The Transition from Being to Nothing
Why Do Being and Nothing “Move”?
The Dialectic of Being and Nothing Reexamined
Hegel’s Immanent Critique of the Idea of Purity
Becoming
The Emergence of Determinate Being
Schelling’s Interpretation of Hegel
The Simple Oneness of Being and Nothing
Determinate Being Further Clarified
Aufhebung
Quality, Negation, and Reality
Real Negation and Negative Reality
From Determinate Being to Something
The Negation of Negation
Winfield’s Account of Something
The Derivation of Otherness
Why Something Comes to Be Determinate Through Change
The Difference Between Being-in-Itself and Being-for-Other
The Relation Between Being-in-Itself and Being-for-Other
The Identity of Being-in-Itself and Being-for-Other
Hegel’s Logical Critique of Kant’s Concept of the “Thing in Itself”
Hegel and Nietzsche on “Things in Themselves”
Hegel’s Method: A Reminder
Determination and Determinacy
Determination and Constitution
The Identity of Determination and Constitution
Limit
Different Degrees of Determinacy
The Ambiguous Nature of the Limit
From Being Limited to Being Finite
Being Limited and Being Finite
Finitude and Self-Negation
The Contradictory Character of Finitude
Finitude and the Understanding
The Limitation of the Ought Itself
Finitude ad Infinitum
Through Finitude to Infinite, Self-Relating Being
Hegel and Descartes
A Contradiction in the Infinite
The Bad Infinite
The Progress to Infinity
The “Unity” of the Finite and the Infinite
The Progress to Infinity Further Considered
True Infinity
Infinity and Ideality
Hegel and Levinas
Conclusion
Hegel’s Logic as Ontology
Hegel’s Logic as Critical Philosophy
Bibliography
Index
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