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By David Gray Carlson

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Hegel is thought of as the top of German idealism and his paintings has gone through a huge revival due to the fact that 1975. during this booklet, David grey Carlson provides a scientific interpretation of Hegel's 'The technology of Logic', a piece principally ignored, via a procedure of available diagrams, deciding upon and explicating each one of Hegel's logical derivations.

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Comingto-be therefore ceases to be. Ceasing-to-be does the same; [1] self-destructs. What is left is [2]. " Id. 48 Burbidge sees Speculative Reason as containing three separate steps. It develops the relation that unifies the extremes (synthesis). Then it names (or positivizes) the relation (mediation). Then it integrates the whole in a simple unity. BURBIDGE, LOGIC, supra note 26, at 44. 49 See lllEK, TARRYING, supra note 42, at 122-3. 50 I am not here drawing an official step of the Logic. Determinate Being is simply another name for Becoming.

Walter Kaufmann dissents from the notion that Hegel's Logic proceeds in this triadic form. " KAUFMANN, supra note 45, at 154. But these are not deductive relations, Kaufmann alleges. " Id. at 158; see also 188, 198. " Id. at 284. Such a position denies that Hegel has written a Logic. In my view, Hegel intended the very "ritualistic three-step" that Kaufmann denies. " (384) At this point Hegel signals a fundamental shift in the attitude of the Understanding. Starting with chapter 10, the Understanding contemplates what is not.

As we proceed, every step constitutes the creation of a new moment and destruction of the old. 73 The old step's implied truth is the new step. Every step is both destroyed and preserved. It is, and it is not - stuff by which we shall make many a paradox. Hegel nowhere says this more clearly than at the end of the SL: The immediate [1] from this negative side, has been extinguished in the other, but the other [3] is essentially not the empty negative, the nothing, that is taken to be the usual result of dialectic; rather it is the other of the first, the negative of the immediate; it is therefore determined as the mediated - contains in general the determination of the first within itself.

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