In Real Words: Language and System in Hegel. University of Toronto Press. pp. 18-28 (2007)

Jeffrey Reid
University of Ottawa
In order to understand Hegel's notion of scientific objectivity, as performative within logos itself, we have to comprehend Subjekt as both grammatical and psychical. The paper discovers the source of this idea, for Hegel, in Fichte's founding proposition, Ich bin Ich, and then further, in Hoelderlin's short text on Urteil und Sein.
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