The Logic of Hegel

Georg Wilhelm Friedrich HEGEL (1770 - 1831), translated by William WALLACE (1844 - 1897)

This is the William Wallace translation of the first part of Hegel's Encyclopedia of the Philosophical Sciences on logic. This is an outline of Hegel's logical system that he would use and elaborate on during his lectures, it is a shorter version of his earlier publication The Science of Logic. The William Wallace translation is very influential and famous for its clarity, although he took some liberties and does not always stick closely to Hegel's original text. - Summary by Ryan Smallwood

Genre(s): Modern

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 00 Bibliographical Notice Ryan Smallwood
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Play 01 Introduction Ryan Smallwood
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Play 02 Preliminary Notion Ryan Smallwood
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Play 03 First Attitude of Thought to Objectivity Ryan Smallwood
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Play 04 Second Attitude of Thought to Objectivity - Part 1 Ryan Smallwood
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Play 05 Second Attitude of Thought to Objectivity - Part 2 Ryan Smallwood
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Play 06 Second Attitude of Thought to Objectivity - Part 3 Ryan Smallwood
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Play 07 Third Attitude of Thought to Objectivity Ryan Smallwood
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Play 08 Logic Further Defined and Divided Ryan Smallwood
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Play 09 First Subdivision of Logic - Part 1 Ryan Smallwood
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Play 10 First Subdivision of Logic - Part 2 Ryan Smallwood
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Play 11 Second Subdivision of Logic - Part 1 Ryan Smallwood
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Play 12 Second Subdivision of Logic - Part 2 Ryan Smallwood
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Play 13 Second Subdivision of Logic - Part 3 Ryan Smallwood
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Play 14 Second Subdivision of Logic - Part 4 Ryan Smallwood
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Play 15 Third Subdivision of Logic - Part 1 Ryan Smallwood
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Play 16 Third Subdivision of Logic - Part 2 Ryan Smallwood
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Play 17 Third Subdivision of Logic - Part 3 Ryan Smallwood
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Play 18 Third Subdivision of Logic - Part 4 Ryan Smallwood
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