Bordignon, Michela (2008) Contradictio regula veri? Una discussione critica dell'interpretazione coerentista della dialettica hegeliana. [Laurea specialistica biennale]
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Hegel affirms: “everything is inherently contradictory”. This sentence seems to negate the principle of no-contradiction. But a lot of interpreters, in the last thirty years, have tried to make this sentence, and the role assumed by the contradiction within Hegelian dialectic, “palatable”. In this kind of interpretations contradiction is not the truth, the essence of everything; it represents a negative moment in our understanding, a mistake that we have to correct, and so contradiction negatively shows the way to catch that truth, that essence. But this approach to Hegelian dialectic risks to forget the positive-speculative sense of contradiction, that is the core and the essential feature of Hegel’s philosophy.
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