Dialectical philosophy of Hegel
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770-1831 gg.) - an outstanding German philosopher - was born in the city of Stuttgart in the family of an official. The formation of the worldview took place under the influence of the events and ideas of the Great French Revolution.
The philosophy of Hegel was to study the dialectical method of cognition.
- As a method of cognition, he contrasted dialectics with metaphysics.
- Hegel explained the categories and laws of dialectics from the side of objective idealism.
- He revealed three principles of dialectics: a) negation-negation: b) unity and struggle of opposites, in which contradictions are the source of development; c) the transition of quantity to quality.
- He singled out the basic criteria of dialectics. This quality, measure, quantity, denial, leap, compression and others.
Dialectical philosophy of Hegel composed:
- AT the study of dialectics and the dialectical method of cognition.
- Hegel denied objective idealism.
The method of Hegel is a living process that is inconstant development, rationally understanding society, peace and thinking. This method is still the peak of a rational understanding of the world. A rational way of comprehending the world is a special creative act of human thought activity, which is based not on formal logic, but on the content (dialectical). It should be noted that the concept of Hegel's logic and the generally accepted notion are different.
Hegel is a great thinker, some of his ideas are notlost their relevance in our days. He has had a tremendous impact on all thinkers in Europe, and for a long time will serve as an example for thinking people around the world. You can have a completely different opinion about his teachings, but they always have that indefinite truth that helps us understand the meaning of being. Many modern thinkers refer to Hegel's works and use his words and opinions. Thanks to dialectic philosophy, much of our world becomes understandable and correct.