Thursday, March 17, 2016
In NDPR, Jeffrey L. Powell reviews Hegel.
Part One is from the years 1938-39 and 1941, and is concerned with Hegel's Logic. It consists of five chapters, with chapter 1 comprising over half of the entire first part. Part Two concerns Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit and its different locations within the larger Hegelian system.
Part One, "Negativity: A Confrontation with Hegel Approached from Negativity," consists of five chapters of varying lengths. All five are concerned with Hegel's Science of Logic, with the exception of chapters III and IV. The latter two, while still focused on negativity, are more clearly positioned within the series of private manuscripts of the late 1930s to early 1940s. Chapter III concerns the ontological difference, and chapter IV concerns the clearing, the abyss, and nothing.
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