HEGEL’S OVERCOMING OF THE APPEARANCE AND REALITY DICHOTOMY

Srirupa Datta Choudhury
Research Scholar, Department of Philosophy, Tripura University,
Tripura, India


Abstract
In this paper the author will discuss about how Hegel overcome the dichotomy between appearance and reality. According to Hegel there is always a unity between appearance and reality. There is a gulf between thought and being or between subject and object, in Kantian philosophy which Hegel seeks to bridge. Hegel argues that as long as Kantian things-in-themselves exist beyond the capacity of cognition, there will always remain gap between epistemology and the objective reality. The epistemology will remain a mere subjective principle without command over the objective world. Hegel believes that the nature of our thought and reality, that Kant has constructed are one and the same thing.  He argues that, all reality is accessible to cognition.

Key Words: Appearance, Reality, Dichotomy, Epistemology

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