Hegelian logic and life

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What are, according to Hegel, the original features of logic, and what means its characterisation as "living"? The hypothesis is that logic should not be understood as a "first philosophy" nor as an "organon", but instead as the strictly autonomous development of a thought which has only itself as a reference point. More precisely, logic can be interpreted as living inasmuch as it is a self-developing logic, which progresses in a negative manner and comes to justify itself by itself.

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