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Hegel, (Georg Willhelm Friedrich
Hegel's Science of Logic
The Macmillan Company, 1929. First English language edition. Hardcover. 2 vol. 8vo. [7], 8-404; [5], 8-486, [2] pp. Red publisher's cloth with gold lettering on the spine, lacks the dust jackets. A few leaves in volume two uncut. Translated by W.H. Johnston and L.G. Struthers. With an introductory preface by Viscount Haldane of Cloan. Weiss 303. The first English edition of Hegel's Science of Logic. Stanford Encyclopaedia of Philosophy, "Georg Willhelm Friedrich Hegel". The work is divided into three books, dealing with being, essence, and concept. According to the SEP, some readers of the work view it as a first-order ontological doctrine, a metaphysical work, while others view it as a work of Kantian transcendental logic, to be paired with Kant's list of non-empirical concepts, "the categories". (Stanford Encyclopaedia of Philosophy, Georg Willhelm Friedrich Hegel). Hegel is among the principal Continental philosophers, with his work influencing Richard Rorty, Jean-Paul Sartre, and several Marxist thinkers. Hegel himself exhibits Kantian and Spinozan influences in his writing, often being interpreted as a more religious philosopher than Kant was, and viewed as a historical rather than philosophical figure by the early Analytics, due to his reliance on Aristotelian logical principles in his work. Near Fine. A Near Fine set with a touch of wear to the fore-edge of volume two and to the corners of the boards. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Evening Star Books (eveningstarbooks) [Madison, Wisconsin, United States]
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