Reason in the World: Hegel’s Metaphysics and Its Philosophical Appeal

This book defends an interpretation of Hegel’s theoretical philosophy according to which Hegel’s project in his central Science of Logic has a single organizing focus, by taking metaphysics as fundamental to philosophy, rather than any epistemological problem about knowledge or intentionality.

It argues Hegel pursues more specifically the metaphysics of reason, concerned with grounds, reasons, or conditions in terms of which things can be explained-and ultimately with the possibility of complete reasons.

The book claims we can still learn a great deal from Hegel about ongoing philosophical debates concerning everything from metaphysics, to the philosophy of science, and all the way to the nature of philosophy itself.

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