Dialettiche hegeliane: la logica affermativa del concetto e il suo significato politico

This entry is part 7 of 38 in the series Vol 4-2019

Abstract: Hegel’s conception of dialectics is much more complex and differentiated than normally supposed. The article considers the basic conditions of the Hegelian dialectics, the becoming and the determined being, and the different forms of dialectics which are present in the Science of Logic. In particular, it focuses on the difference between a negative and a positive conception of dialectics in which the antithetical moment is overcome by means of sublation. This allows the transition to the affirmative dialectic of the concept, which is inquired about its capacity to produce an articulated and self-relating structure and to feature through its logical development the political organization of the state.

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