Hegel’s Encyclopedia of the Philosophical Sciences is a relatively accessible (by Hegel standards) overview of his entire mature system of philosophy. We will be reading the entirety of the first and third parts, Encyclopedia Logic and Philosophy of Mind (which covers Hegel’s anthropology, phenomenology, psychology, philosophy of right, aesthetics, philosophy of religion and philosophy of philosophy) and a small portion of the second part (Philosophy of Nature) Thanks to Dr. Justin Burke for developing the reading plan.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE ASSIGNED READING FOR EACH SESSION IS MANDATORY.
Part I: Science of Logic
Numbered remarks: § 121-141
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This is the first virtual reading group run by the Virtual Philosophy Network, a large network of Meetup groups in the US and Canada planning long-term virtual collaborations. As such, the sessions will be posted on multiple groups in the US and Canada.