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The Philosophy of Nature

   This section of GWFHegel.Org is for presenting various topics concerning Hegel's Philosophy of Nature, the second part of his Encyclopedia, and is closely allied with the "Phenomenology" and "Intro to Hegel" courses which are also found on this website, since it is necessary to understand the basic methodology and standpoint developed in those courses before one can properly comprehend this section of Hegel's Encylopedia on Nature.

   If you would like to contribute to the discussion of Hegel's Philosophy of Nature you may use the "Submit an Article" link in the "Participate" section on the right.


ARTICLES IN THIS SECTION

GENERAL

Hegel's Conception of Nature by S. Alexander

Hegel's Philosophy of Nature:Overcoming the Division Between Matter and Thought
by Alison Stone

ON EVOLUTION

Hegel and Evolution by Mike Marchetti

Evolution and Hegel by Robbert Veen

Concerning Evolution by Mike Marchetti

Evolution by Beat Greuter

ON THE RELATION OF LOGIC TO NATURE

The Very Idea of the Idea of Nature,
Or Why Hegel is not an Idealist
by Bill Maker

The Logic of Hegel's Philosophy of Nature:
Nature, Space and Time
by Edward Halper

From Hegelian Logic to Nature: The Relation of Philosophy to the Empirical Sciences
by Wendell Kisner

OTHER

Hegel's De Orbitis Planetarum
transl. by David Healan

Hegel and the Planets by Wolfgang Neuser

Hegelís Deduction Of Matter: And The Untenability of The Big-Bang Theory
by Dr. Ken Foldes

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