Hegel’s Measure uses Water Analogy

“Thus the temperature of water is, in the first place, a point of no consequence in respect of its liquidity: still with the increase or diminution of the temperature of the liquid water, there comes a point where this state of cohesion suffers a qualitative change, and the water is converted into steam or ice.”

Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich. 1874. The Logic. Encyclopaedia of the Philosophical Sciences. 2nd Edition. London: Oxford University Press. 108

Inspired by something read about Hegel’s Dialectic to begin the Water Issues PhD notes, below what I was reading and not yet seen, was the above.

So it begins, the magical moments: the Zone.

~ by iwhist on September 20, 2018.

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