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by JustinB
Sat Jul 24, 2021 6:24 am
Forum: Hegel Forum
Topic: Dialectic & Cybernetics—Hegel & Weiner
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Dialectic & Cybernetics—Hegel & Weiner

I recently found a paper by Eugene Perevalov titled: What is information after all? How the founder of modern dialectical logic could help the founder of cybernetics answer this question Lehigh University (2021) In it he relates Hegel's philosophy (specifically the Science of Logic ) to the work of ...
by JustinB
Wed Jun 30, 2021 9:57 pm
Forum: Hegel Forum
Topic: Review of Hegel's Phenomenology in NATURE
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Review of Hegel's Phenomenology in NATURE

I was surprised recently to find a review of the Baillie translation of Hegel's Phenomenology in the scientific journal Nature : https://forum.dialecticinstitute.org/images/nature_phen.gif Interestingly, the reviewer describes Hegel's thinking as "dereistic", which I had to look up in a me...
by JustinB
Tue Mar 16, 2021 1:08 am
Forum: Hegel Forum
Topic: "Vorstellung"
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"Vorstellung"

At the end of the zusatz to §384 of the Philosophy of Mind , Hegel has this to say about religion and the duty of philosophy: The one nature of God, differentiated within itself, the totality of the divine mind in the form of unity, has first been revealed by the Christian religion. This content, giv...
by JustinB
Thu Feb 25, 2021 3:31 am
Forum: Hegel Forum
Topic: Boumann's Pref. to Hegel's Phil. of Mind/Spirit
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Boumann's Pref. to Hegel's Phil. of Mind/Spirit

Forward to the Philosophy of Mind by Ludwig Boumann (1801-1871), editor of part three of Hegel's Encyclopedia of the Philosophical Sciences in Outline EDITOR'S FOREWORD Lack of time has forced the undersigned editor of this edition of the third part of the Hegelian Encyclopaedia to drop the idea of ...
by JustinB
Thu Feb 11, 2021 8:58 am
Forum: Hegel Forum
Topic: Michelet on Schelling (on the philosophy of nature)
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Michelet on Schelling (on the philosophy of nature)

Karl Ludwig Michelet (1801–1893) was a student of Hegel's at the University of Berlin, and later one of the editors of the first edition of his Collected Works. Below is the final paragraph of his preface to the posthumous edition of Hegel's Philosophy of Nature in 1842: History is rich in the decre...
by JustinB
Mon Jan 18, 2021 12:44 pm
Forum: Hegel Forum
Topic: Martin Luther King's Dialectical Society
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Martin Luther King's Dialectical Society

I was aware that Martin Luther King had said that Hegel was his favorite philosopher, and I knew he studied Hegel as a student in university, but this MLK Day I learned something new about MLK - that he had a Dialectical Society, which I read in Martin Hägglund's This Life (below): https://forum.dia...
by JustinB
Thu Dec 31, 2020 5:09 am
Forum: Hegel Forum
Topic: Dialectical Goethe
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Dialectical Goethe

I don't know if Hegel's logic was influenced by this dialectical thought of Goethe's or the other way around, but the closeness of their thinking is clear in the following quotation from the latter: Reason has to do with becoming , understanding with what has become. The former does not bother with ...
by JustinB
Thu Dec 17, 2020 1:09 pm
Forum: Hegel Forum
Topic: “Diabelli Dialectic” - Beethoven & Hegel @ 250
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“Diabelli Dialectic” - Beethoven & Hegel @ 250

Happy 250th Birthday, Ludwig van Beethoven! While there's no known personal connection between Hegel & Beethoven, both were born in 1770, and both are receiving a lot of attention on their 250th anniversaries. I came across this recent thesis that puts forth a Hegelian interpretation of Beethove...
by JustinB
Sun Dec 06, 2020 8:46 am
Forum: Hegel Forum
Topic: Hermeneutic Hegelianism
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Views: 825

Hermeneutic Hegelianism

Hermeneutic Hegelianism by Clark Butler Idealistic Studies , vol. 15, no. 2, pages 121-135 ABSTRACT Ontological Historical Materialism . The Hegel-Marx relationship remains an issue both for Hegel scholars aware of underlying world historical causes of the recent Hegel Renaissance and Marx scholars...
by JustinB
Sun Dec 06, 2020 8:21 am
Forum: Dialectic—General Forum
Topic: Neurodialectics: A proposal for philosophy of cognitive & social sciences
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Neurodialectics: A proposal for philosophy of cognitive & social sciences

Neurodialectics: A proposal for philosophy of cognitive & social sciences by Nicolas Zaslawski Constructivist Foundations vol. 14, no. 1, pages 42-55 ABSTRACT Context : Most recent attempts to define cognition dialectically lack the philosophical completeness necessary to explain neurocognitive...