Title

Editorial : Vista from China

Authors

Ersu DINGFollow

Document Type

Journal article

Source Publication

The Semiotic Review of Books

Publication Date

1996

Volume

7

Issue

7

First Page

1

Last Page

2

Abstract

With Hegel, the correspondence between nature and mind is self-evident, for what we recognize in the real world is nothing but a gradual realization of the Absolute Idea. It is only too logical to assume that thought can know a content which is from the outset its own thought-content. With Marx, who denies any independent pre-existence of mind, the identity of nature and mind is to be attained not through the premises that already contain their own conclusion, but through human reflection of a world that exists independently of mind.

Print ISSN

08471622

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Recommended Citation

Ding, R (1996). Editorial: Vista from China. The Semiotic review of books, 7(1), 1-2.