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Tree Outline Of
Hegel's Encyclopedia Of the Philosophical Sciences

From W.T.Stace, The Philosophy of Hegel


Idea in itself, Logic

Being

Quality

Being
Being
Nothing
Becoming
Determinate being
Quality
Limit
The Finite
Alteration
Spurious Infinite
True Infinite
Being for self
The One
The Many
Repulsion and Attraction

Quantity

Pure Quantity
Pure Quantity
Continuous and Dialectical Magnitude
Limitation of Quantity
Quantum
Quantum
Sum and Unity
Number
Degree
Degree
Quantitative Infinite Progress
Quantitative Ratio

Measure

Specific Quantum
The Measureless
The Infinite of Measure

Essence

Essence as Ground of Existence

The Pure Categories of Reflection
Identity
Difference
Variety
Likeness and Unlikeness
Contrariety (Positive and Negative)
The ground
Existence
The Thing
The Thing and Its Properties
The Thing and Matters
Matter and Form

Appearance

The World of appearance
Content and Form
Relation and Correlation
The Whole and the Parts
Force and the Manifestation of Force
Inner and Outer

Actuality

Substance and Accident
Cause and Effect
Reciprocity (Action and Reaction)

Notion

The Subjective Notion

The Notion as Notion
The Universal
The Particular
The Singular
The Judgement
The Qualitative judgement
The Affirmative Judgement
The Negative jdugement
The Singular Judgement
The Judgement of Reflection
The Singular Judgement
The Particular judgement
The Unviersal Judgement
The Judgement of Necessity
The Categorical Judgement
The Hypothetical Judgement
The Disjunctive Judgement
The Judgement of the Notion
The Assertoric Judgement
The Problematic judgement
The Apoeictic Judgement
The Syllogism
The Qualitative Syllogism
The First Figure
The Second Figure
The Third Figure
The Mathematical Syllogism
The Syllogism of reflection
The Syllogism of Allness
The Syllogism of Induction
The Syllogism of Analogy
The Syllogism of Necessity
The Categorical Syllogism
The Hypothetical Syllogism
The Disjunctive Syllogism

The Object, ot Objective Notion

Mechanism
Formal Mechanism
Mechanism with Affinity
Absolute Mechanism
Chemism
Teleology
The Subjective End
The Means
The Realized End

The Idea

Life
The Living Individual
The Life-Process
The Kind
Cognition
Cognition Proper - The True
Volition - The Good
The Absolute idea

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Idea outside itself, Nature

Mechanics

Space and Time

Space
Time
Motion

Matter and Motion - Finite mechanics

Inertia
Impact
Fall

Absolute Mechanics

Gravitation
The Solar System
Transition to Physics

Physics

Physics of Individuality in General

The Free Physical Bodies
Light - The Solar Center
Moon and Comets
The Planets
The Elements
Air
Fire and Water
Earth
The Elementary Process

Physics of Particular Individuality

Specific Gravity
Cohesion
Sound
Heat

Physics of Total Individuality

Figure
Indeterminate Figure
Magnetism
Crystallography
The Particularization of the Individual Body
Relation to Light
Transparency
Refraction
Color
Difference in Particular Corporality
Smell
Taste
Electricity
The Chemical Process

Organics

The Terrestrial Organism

History of the Earth
Geology and Oryctognosy
Life of the Earth
Atmosphere
Sea
Continents

The Vegetable Organism

Process of Formation
Froces of Assimilation
Process of Reproduction

The Animal Organism

Formation of the Animal Organism
Process of Assimilation
Process of Reproduction

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Idea in and for itself, Spirit

Subjective Spirit

Anthropology - The Soul

The Natural Soul
Physical Qualities
Physical Alterations
Sensibility
The Feeling Soul
The Feeling Soul in Its Immediacy
Self-Feeling
Habit
The Actual Soul

Phenomenology - Consciousness

Consciousness Proper
Sensuous Consciousness
Sense Perception
Intellect
Self-consciousness
Appetite or Instinctive Desire
Self-consciousness Recognitive
Universal Self-consciousness
Reason

Psychology - Mind

Theoretical mind
Intuition
Representation
Recollection
Imagination
Memeory
Thinking
Practical mind
Practical Sense or Feeling
The Impulses and Choice
Happiness
Free Mind

Objective Spirit

Abstract Right

Property
Contract
Wrong (Tort and Crime)

Morality

Purpose
Intention and Well-being
Goodness and Wickedness

Social Ethics

The Family
Marriage
Family Means
Dissolution of the Family
Civil Society
The System of Wants
Administration of Justice
Police and Corporation
The State
Constitution or Internal Polity
The Monarch
The Executive
The Legislature
International Law
World History

Absolute Spirit

Art

Beauty in general
The Types of Art
Symbolic Art
Classical Art
Romantic Art
The Particular Arts
The Symbolic Art of Architecture
The Classical Art of Sculpture
The Romantic Arts
Painting
Music
Poetry

Religion

Religion in General
Definite religion
The Relgion of Nature
Magic
The Religion of Substance
Chinese Relgion
Hinduism
Buddhism
Transition to the Religion of Spiritual Individuality
Zorastrianism
Syrian Relgion
Egyptian Religion
The Religion of Spiritual Individuality
The Jewish Relgion
The Greek Relgion
The Roman Religion
The Absolute Religion

Philosophy

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