Hegel’s Science of Logic

Preface to the First Edition
Preface to the Second Edition

Introduction: General Notion of Logic
Introduction: General Division of Logic

Volume One: The Objective Logic
Book One: The Doctrine of Being

With What must Science Begin?
General Division of Being

Section One: Determinateness (Quality)

Chapter 1 Being

A Being
B Nothing
C Becoming

1. Unity of Being and Nothing
2. Moments of Becoming: Coming-to-be and Ceasing-to-be
3. Sublation of Becoming

Chapter 2 Determinate Being

A Determinate Being as Such

(a) Determinate Being in General
(b) Quality
(c) Something

B Finitude

(a) Something and Other
(b) Determination, Constitution and Limit
(c) Finitude

[a] The Immediacy of Finitude
[b] Limitation and the Ought
[c] Transition of the Finite into the Infinite

C Infinity

(a) The Infinite in General
(b) Alternating Determination of the Finite and the Infinite
(c) Affirmative Infinity


Chapter 3 Being-for-self

A Being-for-self as such

(a) Determinate Being and Being-for-self
(b) Being-for-one
(c) The One

B The One and the Many

(a) The One in its own self
(b) The One and the Void
(c) Many Ones - Repulsion

C Repulsion and Attraction

(a) Exclusion of the One
(b) The one One of Attraction
(c) The Relation of Repulsion and Attraction

Section Two: Magnitude (Quantity)

Chapter 1 Quantity

A Pure Quantity
B Continuous and Discrete Magnitude
C Limitation of Quantity

Chapter 2 Quantum

A Number
B Extensive and Intensive Quantum

(a) Their Difference
(b) Identity of Extensive and Intensive Magnitude
(c) Alteration of Quantum

C Quantitative Infinity

(a) Its Notion
(b) The Qualitative Infinite Progress
(c) The Infinity of Quantum

Chapter 3 The Quantitative Relation or Quantiative Ratio

A The Direct Ratio
B Inverse Ratio
C The Ratio of Powers

Section Three: Measure

Chapter 1 Specific Quantity

A The Specific Quantum
B Specifying Measure

(a) The Rule
(b) Specifying Measure
(c) Relation of the Two Sides as Qualities

C Being-for-self in Measure

Chapter 2 Real Measure

A The Relation of Self-Subsistent Measures

(a) Combination of Two Measures
(b) Measure of a Series of Measure Relations
(c) Elective Affinity

B Nodal Line of Measure Relations
C The Measureless

Chapter 3 The Becoming of Essence

A Absolute Indifference
B Indifference as an Inverse Ration of its Factors
C Transition into Essence

Book Two: The Doctrine of Essence

Section One: Essence as Reflection Within Itself

Chapter 1 Illusory Being [Semblance]

A The Essential and the Unessential
B Illusory Being
C Reflection

(a) Positing Reflection
(b) External Reflection
(c) Determining Reflection

Chapter 2 The Determinations of Reflection

A Identity
B Difference

(a) Absolute Difference
(b) Diversity
(c) Opposition

C Contradiction

Chapter 3 Ground

A Absolute Ground

(a) Form and Essence
(b) Form and Matter
(c) Form and Content

B Determinate Ground

(a) Formal Ground
(b) Real Ground
(c) The Complete Ground

C Condition

(a) The Relatively Unconditioned
(b) The Absolutely Unconditioned
(c) The Emergence of the Fact into Existence

Section Two: Appearance

Chapter 1 Existence

A The Thing and its Properties

(a) Thing-in-itself and Existence
(b) Property
(c) The Reciprocal Action of Things

B The Constitution of the Thing out of Matters
C Dissolution of the Thing

Chapter 2 Appearance

A The Law of Appearance
B The World of Appearance and the World-in-itself
C Disslution of Appearance

Chapter 3 The Essential Relation

A The Relation of Whole and Parts
B The Relation of Force and its Expression

(a) The Conditionedness of Force
(b) The Solicitation of Force
(c) The Infinity of Force

C Relation of Outer and Inner

Section Three: Actuality

Chapter 1 The Absolute

A The Exposition of the Absolute
B The Absolute Attribute
C The Mode of the Absolute

Chapter 2 Actuality

A Contingency, or Formal Actuality, Possibility and Necessity
B Relative Necessity, or Real Actuality, Possibility and Necessity
C Absolute Necessity

Chapter 3 The Absolute Relation

A The Relation of Substantiality
B The Relation of Causality

(a) Formal Causality
(b) The Determinate Relation of Causality
(c) Action and Reaction

C Reciprocity

Volume Two: Subjective Logic
The Doctrine of the Notion

The Notion in General

Section One: Subjectivity

Chapter 1 The Notion

A The Universal Notion
B The Particular Notion
C The Individual

Chapter 2 The Judgment

A The Judgement of Existence

(a) The Positive Judgment
(b) The Negative Judgment
(c) The Infinite Judgment

B The Judgment of Reflection

(a) The Singular Judgment
(b) The Particular Judgment
(c) The Universal Judgment

C The Judgment of Necessity

(a) The Categorical Judgment
(b) The Hyopthetical Judgment
(c) The Disjunctive Judgment

D The Judgment of the Notion

(a) The Assertoric Judgment
(b) The Problematic Judgment
(c) The Apodetic Judgment

Chapter 3 The Syllogism

A The Syllogism of Existence

(a) First Figure of the Syllogism
(b) The Seond Figure P-I-U
(c) The Third Figure I-U-P
(d) The Fourth Figure U-U-U

B The Syllogism of Reflection

(a) The Syllogism of Allness
(b) The Syllogism of Induction
(c) The Syllogism of Analogy

C The Syllogism of Necessity

(a) The Categorical Syllogism
(b) The Hypothetical Syllogism
(c) The Disjunctive Syllogism

Section Two: Objectivity

Chapter 1 Mechanism

A The Mechanical Object
B The Mechanical Process

(a) The Formal Mechanical Process
(b) The Real Mechanical Process
(c) The Product of the Mechanical Process

C Absolute Mechanism

(a) The Centre
(b) Law
(c) Transition of Mechanism

Chapter 2 Chemism

A The Chemical Object
B The Chemical Process
C Transition of Chemism

Chapter 3 Teleology

A The Subjective End
B The Means
C The Realised End

Section Three: The Idea

Chapter 1 Life

A The Living Individual
B The Life Process
C The Genus [Kind]

Chapter 2 The Idea of Cognition

A The Idea of the True

(a) Analytic Cognition
(b) Synthetic Cognition

1. Definition
2. Division
3. The Theorem

B The Idea of the Good

Chapter 3 The Absolute Idea

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