The Owl of Minerva 35 (1-2):25-48 (2003)

The primary aim of this paper is to investigate what Hegel means by “reason” and “rationality.” The paper identifies and interprets some of Hegel’s most significant claims concerning the content of these terms, paying particular attention to his claims regarding the relation of the rational and the irrational. The resulting understanding of Hegel’s account of reason is then used to develop an improved interpretation of Hegel’s assertion of the equivalence of the rational and the actual
Keywords Major Philosophers
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ISBN(s) 0030-7580
DOI 10.5840/owl2003351/25
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