Hegel’s analysis of purpose and resolution in the Science of Logic
Parole chiave:Hegel, Action, Science of Logic, Being
Our purpose is to highlight some essential aspects of Hegel’s analysis of what is commonly referred to as “action”. Or to be more precise, our purpose is to examine his analysis of some essential components of what might be termed “the thought of action” – and by this, I mean the “thought of action” that is entailed in action itself, and without which there can be no action at all. The essential components we are talking about are those Hegel deals with in the last chapter of the second section of the third book of his Wissenschaft der Logik.