1 Hegel’s conception of Becoming does not involve change 19.
Object of this book 2. Previous writers on the same subject 3. Relative authority of the Greater Logic and the 4. Terminology adopted in this hook 5. Errors of Hegel concerning. the dialectic method. Hegel’s conception of Becoming does not involve change 19.
Chapters II, III, VIII, IX, and X of this book are based on articles which appeared in Mind (Oct. 1902; April, 1904; April and July, 1897; Jan. 1899; and April, 1900)"-Pref.
by. John Ellis McTaggart. Cambridge University Press.
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John McTaggart Ellis McTaggart FBA (1866–1925) was an English .
John McTaggart Ellis McTaggart FBA (1866–1925) was an English idealist metaphysician. For most of his life McTaggart was a fellow and lecturer in philosophy at Trinity College, Cambridge. McTaggart was the most influential advocate of neo-Hegelian idealism in Cambridge at the time of Russell and Moore's reaction against it, as well as being a teacher and personal acquaintance of both men.
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John McTaggart Ellis McTaggart - 1910 - New York: Russell & Russell. John McTaggart, Ellis McTaggart. David Phillips - 1907 - Ethics 17 (3):383-
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by John McTaggart Ellis McTaggart. Published 1964 by Russell & Russell in New York. Georg WilhelmFriedrich Hegel (1770-1831), Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770-1831).
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