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Materials: A.M. Nunziante, “Infinite vs. Singularity. Between Leibniz and Hegel” (Revista Eletrônica Estudos Hegelianos)

We are pleased to share the paper “Infinite vs. Singularity. Between Leibniz and Hegel” by Antonio Nunziante (University of Padua).
The paper has been published in the Revista Eletrônica Estudos Hegelianos, 12-19 (2015), pp. 56-80.

 

Please find a small abstract of the paper below:

The aim of this paper is to reconsider the controversial problem of the relationship between the philosophy of Hegel and Leibniz. Beyond the thick curtain of historical references (which have been widely developed by scholars), it is in fact possible to assume some guideline concepts (i.e. those of ‘singularity’ and ‘infinity’) to reconstruct the deep theoretical influence which Leibniz played in Hegel’s thought since the Jenaer Systementwurf of 1804/05.

 

The full version of the paper can be downloaded here.

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