Hegel - G.W.F. Hegel (1770-1831) Rationalism. (" the...

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G.W.F. Hegel (1770-1831) Rationalism. (“ the rational is the real, the real is the rational”) Reconcile the “Concept” with reality If something is inaccessible and cannot be rationally grasped, there is no point to talking about it. What’s real has to be able to be cognized what can be cognized is real. Systematizer = Goal of philosophy Tight system with tight relation of ideas, if one part falls the whole system falls. You can’t understand the parts until you understand the whole. Comparative to a narrative partial narratives do not make sense Like trying to understand a painting or artist by looking at part of a painting Historicist Problem: Overcoming Kant’s dualisms The dualism between morality and theory Nomuna and phenomena Reality and not reality Problem: How does (do) [a] system(s) map onto reality? Dualism between reality and non reality What is real? Identity in difference
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Anything is what it isn’t, and it isn’t what it is. distinction requires contrast
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