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Hegel, Identity, and Constructivism

Hegel, Identity, and Constructivism

Chapter:
(p.92) Chapter 5 Hegel, Identity, and Constructivism
Source:
German Idealism as Constructivism
Author(s):
Tom Rockmore
Publisher:
University of Chicago Press
DOI:10.7208/chicago/9780226350073.003.0006

“Hegel, Identity and Constructivism,” the fifth chapter, examines the relationship of Hegel, beginning in the so-called Differenzschrift, his first philosophical publication, to Kant, Fichte and Schelling, his great idealist predecessors. I further discuss the emergence of Hegel’s constructivist theory of cognition in the Phenomenology as well as its application in his Philosophy of Nature. The chapter finally considers Hegel’s understanding of the link between dialectical logic and cognitive constructivism in both the smaller and greater Logics.

Keywords:   Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, identity, constructivism, Immanuel Kant, Johann Gottlieb Fichte, Friedrich Schelling, Phenomenology, Philosophy of Nature, Science of Logic

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