Philosophy Lexicon of Arguments

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Bubner I 182
Good/Hegel/Bubner: the entire thought process (e.g. of the Encyclopedia) in the end comes down to the "self-knowing reason", which deserves the name of the absolute since it represents the total mediation between reality and knowledge where nothing remains external. Identity of goal and process.
Reinterpretation of the classical idea of ​​the good under the caption of the idea of ​​"recognition", which in turn is placed between "life" on the one hand and the "absolute idea" on the other hand.
I 184
Def Life/Hegel: means the reality of the individual, life process and species, so "it may seem as though the domain of logic was overstepped."
Recognition/Hegel: in the middle between life saturated with reality and a transparent method lies the "idea of ​recognition", which in its turn is split into the
"idea of ​​truth"
and the
"idea of ​​the good".
Here, however, instead of the usual triad of Hegelian dialectics, there is only a two-step procedure: because of the elementary subject/object relationship.
The subjective, theoretical concept of the good in knowledge is opposed by the "idea of ​​the good" in practical action.
Subject/Object/Hegel/Bubner: under the title of recognition, Hegel determines the S/O relation on two sides: theory and practice. (Following the example of AristotleVsPlaton's separation of the empirical and the ideal). Also HegelVsKant: "radical separation of reason from experience".

I 185
Subject/Object/Antiquity/Bubner: the entire ancient world, and with it Aristotle, knew nothing at all about it.

I 186
Good/Hegel: the truth of a purpose implanted in reality must be determined as "the good" beyond the perspective of action: objectivity, "rationality of the world."
The finiteness of our everyday goals, their plurality and possible collision, as well as their postulatory status in the ought, must be interpreted merely as an expression of the "incompleteness" of the good.
      The executed good would be the abolition of otherness.
With that, the inadequate subject/object relation disappears, which characterized the metaphysical content that was discussed.
Metaphysical Content/Hegel: it must now be called "free, universal identity with itself". Thus, the dialectical genesis about the idea of ​​truth and the idea of ​​good is abolished.
Therefore, what "has its own objectivity as an object in its other" is the unity in the division as a construction principle of all reality.
After successful mediation it is no longer tinged with the work of reflection.
I 187
Parallel to Aristotle: Divine eternal life on the basis of purely rational self-activity.
Good/Hegel/Bubner: for him the good is an auxiliary expression!

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Bu I
R. Bubner
Antike Themen und ihre moderne Verwandlung Frankfurt 1992

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Ed. Martin Schulz, access date 2018-06-25