Reason in the World: Hegel's Metaphysics and Its Philosophical Appeal

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This book defends a new interpretation of Hegel's theoretical philosophy, according to which Hegel's project in his central Science of Logic has a single organizing focus, provided by taking metaphysics as fundamental to philosophy, rather than any epistemological problem about knowledge or intentionality. Hegel pursues more specifically the metaphysics of reason, concerned with grounds, reasons, or conditions in terms of which things can be explained-and ultimately with the possibility of complete reasons.

There is no threat to such metaphysics in epistemological or skeptical worries. The real threat is Kant's Transcendental Dialectic case that metaphysics comes into conflict with itself. But Hegel, despite familiar worries, has a powerful case that Kant's own insights in the Dialectic can be turned to the purpose of constructive metaphysics. And we can understand in these terms the unified focus of the arguments at the conclusion of Hegel's Science of Logic. Hegel defends, first, his general claim that the reasons which explain things are always found in immanent concepts, universals or kinds. And he will argue from here to conclusions which are distinctive in being metaphysically ambitious yet surprisingly distant from any form of metaphysical foundationalism, whether scientistic, theological, or otherwise. Hegel's project, then, turns out neither Kantian nor Spinozist, but more distinctively his own. Finally, we can still learn a great deal from Hegel about ongoing philosophical debates concerning everything from metaphysics, to the philosophy of science, and all the way to the nature of philosophy itself.

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James Kreines is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at Claremont McKenna College, in Claremont, California. He teaches and writes about the history of metaphysics, especially in Kant and Hegel. Future research topics include metaphilosophy, and Kant's things in themselves.

Contenuti:

  • Introduction: The Fundamentality of the Metaphysics of Reason
  • Part I: Primitive and Mediate Reasons: Immanent Concepts from Mechanism to Teleology
  • Chapter 1: The Dialectic of Mechanism
  • Chapter 2: Against Empiricist Metaphysics and for the Concept Thesis and the Metaphysics of Reason
  • Chapter 3: Kant's Challenge and Hegel's Defense of Natural Teleology:
  • The Concept as the Substance of Life
  • Part II: The Inescapable Problem of Complete Reasons:
  • Kant's Dialectic Critique of Metaphysics
  • Chapter 4: Kant's Dialectic Argument and the Restriction of Knowledge
  • Chapter 5: The Opening for Hegel's Response to Kant's Dialectic
  • Part III: Complete Reasons: From the Idea to the Absolute Idea
  • Chapter 6: Against the Metaphysics of the Understanding and the Final Subject or Substratum
  • Chapter 7: Insubstantial Holism and the Real Contradiction of the Lawful:
  • Chemism
  • Chapter 8: The Idea
  • Chapter 9: Free Kind for Itself: From the Metaphysics of the Absolute Idea to Epistemological Monism and Idealism
  • Chapter 10: Conclusion of the Logic:
  • Dialectic, Contradiction, and Absolute Knowledge
  • Index

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