Mittwoch, 8. August 2012

Hegel on Judgment

Hegel on Judgment

1. judgment is the determinateness of the concept posited in the concept itself.

. . . the positioning of its determinations over against each other is its own determining. Judgment is this positing of the determinate concepts through the concept itself.

2.  Judgment can therefore be called the first realization of the concept, for reality denotes in general the entry into existence as determinate being.

3. Judgment is the self-diremption of the concept.

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