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Subjectivity And Culture

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Hegel treats the development of the subject in terms of the relations between the universal, individual and particular. Hegel presents this process of development of subjectivity in three processes which he calls the Notion , the Judgment and the Syllogism. In the Notion, each of the moments is posited independently. The Judgment is a series of judgments made about the subject, it is ascribed a single quality, it is given in connection with other things, it is brought under some genus or whole, or finally all three of these judgments. The Syllogism is a series of lines of reasoning in which one of the moments mediates in the relation between two of the moments. Hegel expounds his understanding of the mature concept and how it develops from its first, abstract expression, in the form of a logical critique.

Keywords: Hegel; judgment; logical critique; notion; Subjectivity; syllogism



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