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The reproach of abstraction

@inproceedings{Osborne2004TheRO,
  title={The reproach of abstraction},
  author={P. Osborne},
  year={2004}
}
ion, systematicity, disciplinarity In logic, Hegel wrote in his Science of Logic (ʻthe absolute culture and discipline of consciousnessʼ), thought ʻbecomes at home in abstractionʼ (Er wind dem Abstrakten ... einheimisch).12 This was, no doubt, in polemical response to Novalis s̓ Romantic definition of philosophy as ʻhomesickness, an urge to be at home everywhereʼ – a position that was revived early in the twentieth century by both Lukács and Heidegger, and which continues to lie behind much of… Expand
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