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The First and the Second Synthesis

  • Nathan Rotenstreich
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The term “dialectic” has already appeared at several points in our discussion. We will now look into the essence of dialectic as such. It is mandatory to explore the formal structure of the dialectical shifts as they emerge at different junctures of Hegel’s system.

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Market Economy Logical Possibility Pure Knowledge Hegelian Dialectic Genetic Definition 
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