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Natürliches Denken und philosophische Erzählung

Zum Begriff des Natürlichen in Hegels Phänomenologie

Zurück zum Heft: Archiv für Begriffsgeschichte. Band 49
DOI: 10.28937/9783787336753_6
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This paper explores the semantics of »natural« (natürlich) in Hegels Phenomenology. The leading question is: What does the word »natural« mean when it refers to experiences and the contents of consciousness in general? Using as semantic material a digital reading of the text, the article analyses the peculiarities of the uses of the term in each context and studies the onto-epistemological assumptions of the notion of the natural in the target work, bearing in mind the question concerning the Cartesian divide between world and mind. It concludes that the way in which Hegel really narrates the natural, at lest as referred to experiences and consciousness, preserves that Cartesian divide and also a realistic position.