Angelica Nuzzo

Hegel’s Philosophy as Science: System, Truth, Method

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This essay examines the relationship between systematicity, truth, and the method of philosophical inquiry in Hegel’s work. While way too often it is taken for granted that the form of the system is a guarantee of the scientific character of philosophy, the argument of the essay shows that such relation entails a fundamental rethinking, on Hegel’s part, of the model of philosophical “scienceµ but also of the method of doing philosophy when compared with contemporary conceptions


  • Philosophy
  • Science
  • Truth
  • History
  • Actuality


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