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Book I of Hegel's Science of Logic - Being In no science is the need to begin with the subject matter itself, without preliminary reflections, felt more strongly than in the science of logic.
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First published Mon Sep 10, 2007 It is not easy to say what metaphysics is. Ancient and Medieval philosophers might have said that metaphysics was, like chemistry or astrology, to be defined by its subject matter: metaphysics was the “science” that studied “being as such” or “the first causes of things” or “things that do not change.” Metaphysics