By John McTaggart Ellis McTaggart
Крупнейший представитель британского неогегельянства Дж. Э. Мак-Таггарт анализирует «Науку логики» Гегеля, исследуя диалектику перехода Бытия в Абсолютную Идею. Рассматриваются ключевые понятия гегелевской логики – качество, количество, мера, сущность и явление, действительность, субъект, объект, идея.
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He complained that the trip had prevented Bogle writing home often enough. "Your long Journey to, and abode with the Grand Lama of Tibet, is one sufficient reason for the Irregularity of your correspondence for some time past. " 46 His father's approach to non-British cultures was already evident in a letter he had written to Bogle shortly after his son had arrived in Bengal. " 47 Bogle's father was entirely confined within his own culture and saw no possibility that there could be any merit in non-Christian societies.
Britain had advanced beyond that stage. Bogle's entire approach assumed that the societies he was encountering, even though they had passed through the early stages of human development, had not yet escaped their geography in the ways that Europeans had done. The allegation of assumed superiority, evident in categorizing of others, is often made by proponents of "the Enlightenment project" and its shaping of European imperialism. But in Bogle's case there is some evidence that raises doubts about whether things are as cut and dried as this familiar allegation assumes.
The Panchen Lama, in view of the treatise on Shambhala he was writing, questioned Bogle about conditions in the holy land of India so that his forthcoming guide would be as up-to-date as possible. They also shared ideas on astrology and the nature of the universe. In the Panchen Lama's case he was attempting to make sense of the human condition using concepts from the Kalacakra tradition within Buddhism. " 25 It may have been that feature of the Panchen Lama's Buddhism that impelled him to pay so much attention to the Indian holy land—and which enabled Bogle to follow along with his rudimentary understanding of the "Hinduism" he had seen in Bengal.
A commentary on Hegel's logic by John McTaggart Ellis McTaggart