The speculative logical theory of universality
Trisokkas, Ioannis. (2009) The speculative logical theory of universality. The Owl of Minerva, Vol.40 . pp. 141-174. ISSN 0030-7580Full text not available from this repository.
Speculative logical theory, as provided in Hegel’s Science of Logic, consists of three main parts: the logic of being, the logic of essence, and the logic of the concept. The peculiar character of each logic’s starting-point determines the most general character of each logic’s development. The essay aims at making explicit the character of the starting-point of the third logic, the logic of the concept. This starting-point is exemplified by the category of universality. It is shown (a) that the fundamental determination of this category is the harmonious unity of self-identity and full determinacy and (b) that this unity has necessarily the logical structure of “double shining.” The latter is described in detail and justification is provided as to why it is preferred from “single shining.” I conclude the paper by defending the structure of “double shining” against certain objections raised against it by F. Shick and C. Iber.
|Item Type:||Journal Article|
|Subjects:||B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > BC Logic
B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > BD Speculative Philosophy
|Divisions:||Other > Institute of Advanced Study
Faculty of Social Sciences > Philosophy
|Journal or Publication Title:||The Owl of Minerva|
|Publisher:||Philosophy Documentation Center|
|Number of Pages:||34|
|Page Range:||pp. 141-174|
|Access rights to Published version:||Restricted or Subscription Access|
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