Excerpt From The Presbyterian And Reformed Review July, We Can Readily Perceive The Scope And Meaning Of This First Part Of Hegel S System If We Note Its Relation To The Other Two Parts The Philosophy Of Nature And The Philosophy Of Spirit Since Nature And Spirit Or Mind Comprise The Whole Of The Concrete Reality Manifested In Experience, It Is Evident That The Logic Does Not Deal With Concrete Experience, But With The Forms Of Pure Thinking Which Are Conditional For It Kant In His Transcendental Analytic Borrows From The Ordinary Formal Logic The Scheme Of The Categories Hegel Attempts The Profound And Difficult Task Of Determining, By An Independent Analysis, What The Conceptions Are Which Underlie Our Thought Of The World, And How They Stand Related To Each Other, Not Chronologically, But In Rank And Value The A Priori Element Of The Trance Dental Analytic Is Subjected To An Investigation Far Search Ing Than That Which Kant Applied To It, And The Result Is A Logical Outline Or Skeleton Which Exhibits, In Systematic Arrangement And Derivation, The Constructive Or Relational Elements, Whose Validity Kant Established, But Which Were Not Critically Exam Ined By HimAbout The PublisherForgotten Books Publishes Hundreds Of Thousands Of Rare And Classic Books Find At ForgottenbooksThis Book Is A Reproduction Of An Important Historical Work Forgotten Books Uses State Of The Art Technology To Digitally Reconstruct The Work, Preserving The Original Format Whilst Repairing Imperfections Present In The Aged Copy In Rare Cases, An Imperfection In The Original, Such As A Blemish Or Missing Page, May Be Replicated In Our Edition We Do, However, Repair The Vast Majority Of Imperfections Successfully Any Imperfections That Remain Are Intentionally Left To Preserve The State Of Such Historical Works
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