Logic as the Science of the Pure Concept

Logic as the Science of the Pure Concept

Logic as the Science of the Pure Concept

Logic as the Science of the Pure Concept

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The publication of this third volume of the Philosophy of the Spirit offers a complete view of the Crocean philosophy to the English- speaking world.

I have striven in every way to render the Logic the equal of its predecessors in accuracy and elegance of translation, and have taken the opinion of critical friends on many occasions, though more frequently I have preferred to retain my own. The vocabulary will be found to resemble those of the Æsthetic and the Philosophy of the Practical, thereby enabling readers to follow the thought of the author more easily than if I had made alterations in it. Thus the word "fancy" will be found here as elsewhere, the equivalent of the Italian " fantasia " and "imagination" of " immaginazione " ; this rendering makes the meaning far more clear than the use of the words in the opposite sense that they occasionally bear in English ; this is particularly so in respect of the . . .

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