This chapter examines Hegel’s Faith and Knowledge, the Preface to the Phenomenology of Spirit, and the Preface to the Subjective Logic in the Science of Logic in order to assess Hegel’s critique of Kant and Fichte. It shows that these texts introduce Hegel’s notion of the idea as the concept that inherits Kantian synthesis via Fichtean positing. It also clarifies Hegel’s logic of actualization by discussing Hegel’s notions of reason, Geist, and history.
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