To Be and not to Be: The First Act of Hegelian Dialectics
Kali Tribune’s Department of Modern Philosophy, Gnostic Affairs and Bad German provides you with some first hand experience of Hegelian dialectics. We interpret few crucial passages from Hegel’s Science of Logic as put forward in his Encyclopedia of Philosophical Sciences that should suffice to clarify that Hegel’s method has little or nothing to do with what it is widely believed to be in the conspiracy theory circles. As we are often referring to this, it’s important to turn to Hegel’s own words and see for ourselves what he means by dialectics and what fruits does he expect it to bear. In this video we focus on the first act of dialectics – an attempt in overcoming of essential nothingness of the pure I from which everything unfolds.
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