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Basic principles of Hegel's history of philosophy


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Karapandža, Nataša. (2018). Basic principles of Hegel's history of philosophy. Diploma Thesis. Filozofski fakultet u Zagrebu, Department of Philosophy. [mentor Mikecin, Igor].

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The aim of this graduate thesis is to explain the basic principles on which Hegel's history of philosophy rests and to show criteria according to which in it are scientifically elaborated historical forms of philosophy. Hegel determines the history of philosophy as a history of selfdevelopment of the Absolute, which reaches its own completion with its cognition. By dialectical method spirit passes different stages of development until it comes to selfawareness. The succession of systems in the history of philosophy corresponds to the succession of the logical determinations of the Idea. Each philosophy is a necessary basis for transition to the next philosophy and each individual philosophy should be seen as a philosophy of time in which it occurs. Philosophy presents the knowledge of substantial spirit of its time, and at the same time, in terms of its content, which is the eternal, stands above its time. In this graduate thesis has been analised the notion of the history of philosophy in Hegel, as well as the principles of treatment and presentation of the history of philosophy. The thesis has further explained wherein consists the scientific character of the history of philosophy and has highlighted which role has the history of philosophy within Hegel's philosophical system as whole.

Item Type: Diploma Thesis
Uncontrolled Keywords: history of philosophy, idea, spirit, principle of philosophy, science, the Absolute
Subjects: Philosophy
Departments: Department of Philosophy
Supervisor: Mikecin, Igor
Date Deposited: 26 Sep 2018 13:48
Last Modified: 26 Sep 2018 13:48

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