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How Did Hegel Understand the “Judgment”?: Hegel’s criticism of the traditional metaphysics
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Urteil
Semantik
Kontextprinzip
Anti-Atomismus
Isomorphie
judgment
context-principle
anti-atomism
isomorphism
NDC
Western philosophy
abstract
According to some philosophers, Hegel’s philosophy, especially his science of logic, is metaphysical. However recently, other philosophers (for example, R. Brandom) have presented non-metaphysical interpretations of Hegel’s philosophy. Is the non-metaphysical interpretation of Hegel’s philosophy persuasive? In this article, I aim to elucidate that Hegel had already anticipated some of the important ideas of late 19th- and 20th-century linguistic philosophy, i.e., the context principle and the difference between logic and (superficial) grammar, by analyzing both his criticism of traditional metaphysics and his original theory of “judgment.” Through this discussion, I will elucidate how Hegel understood “judgment.” Finally, I will present a persuasive non-metaphysical or “naturalistic” interpretation of Hegel’s speculative philosophy (“naturalistic,” but not in the sense of “physicalistic”).
journal title
The Hiroshima University studies, Graduate School of Letters
volume
Volume 78
start page
1
end page
14
date of issued
2018-12-25
publisher
広島大学大学院文学研究科
issn
1347-7013
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language
ger
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Departmental Bulletin Paper
HU type
Departmental Bulletin Papers
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application/pdf
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department
Graduate School of Letters
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