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I hope to convince the reader that the effort is worth pursuing. For, in terms that are deeply influenced by transcendental philosophy, and thus by what is perhaps the illusion of a fundamental unity of thought, Hegel arrives at a formulation of the problem of metaphysics whose force remains in part to be discovered. 1 T R A N S C E N D E N TA L L O G I C A N D DIALECTICAL LOGIC: FROM KANT TO HEGEL, A CRITIQUE OF A L L D O G M AT I C M E TA P H Y S I C S The Science of Logic is a formidably difficult text.
It is just as misguided to limit cognition to appearances as to claim cognition of a thing-in-itself independent of thought. What is present to thought is no more a mere appearance than 24 h e g e l ’ s c r i t i q u e o f m e ta p h y s i c s it is a thing-in-itself, purportedly independent of the forms of thought. The very distinction between appearance and thing-in-itself is therefore deprived of meaning. Or rather, it has meaning only for a thought whose standpoint restricts it to appearance; a thought which, remaining dependent on sensible intuition, and at the same time being conscious of the dependence of sensible intuition on the receptivity of the finite subject, opposes to the cognition of the appearances the cognition of the thing as it is in itself.
And yet it is neither arbitrary nor subjective (it is not relative to the particular standpoint of individual thinkers or empirically specified group of thinkers). This, again, is a Kantian theme. But as we shall see, Hegel gives this theme a very different meaning than the meaning it had for Kant. From this perspective, we can see how the Doctrine of Essence plays a key role in the Science of Logic. The question of the “essence” of things is the metaphysical question par excellence. Discerning the “true” essence behind illusory appearances, thus grounding the possibility of truth in knowledge, is a traditional ambition of metaphysics.
Bifurcation and Nonlinear Eigenvalue Problems: Proceedings by Bardos C. (ed.), Lasry J.M. (ed.), Schatzman M. (ed.)