Hegel
The Encyclopaedia
of the Philosophical Sciences
(1830)

PART ONE
SCIENCE OF LOGIC

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I. THE DOCTRINE OF BEING
- A. Quality    
    a. Being
b. Being Determinate
c. Being-for-self
 
  B. Quantity    
    a. Pure Quantity
b. Quantum (How Much)
c. Degree
 
  C. Measure    
II. DOCTRINE OF ESSENCE      
  A. Essence as Ground of Existence    
    a. The pure principles or categories of Reflection  
     

a. Identity
b. Difference
g. Ground

    b. Existence  
    c. The Thing  
  B. Appearance    
    a. The World of Appearance
b. Content and Form
c. Relation or Correlation
 
  C. Actuality    
    a. Relationship of Substantiality
b. Relationship of Causality
c. Reciprocity or Action and Reaction
 
III. THE DOCTRINE OF NOTION      
  A. The Subjective Notion    
    a. The Notion as Notion  
    b. Judgement  
    . a. Qualitative Judgement
b. Judgement of Reflection
g. Judgement of Necessity
d. Judgement of the Notion
    c. Syllogism  
      a. Qualitative Syllogism
b. Syllogism of Reflection
g. Syllogism of Necessity
  B. The Object    
    a. Mechanism
b. Chemism
c. Teleology
 
  C. The Idea    
    a. Life
 
     b. Cognition in General  
      a. Cognition proper
b. Volition
    c. The Absolute Idea  
PART TWO
PHILOSOPHY OF NATURE
I. MECHANICS
- A. Space and Time    
    a. Space
b. Time
c. Place and Motion
 
  B. Matter and Motion. Finite Mechanics    
    a. Inert Matter
b. Thrust
c. Falling
 
  C. Absolute Mechanics

(1) Universal Gravitation
(2) Kepler’s Laws
(3) Transition to Physics

 
II. PHYSICS      
  A. Physics of the Universal Individuality    
    a. The free, physical bodies  
     

a. The Sun, Light and its Reflection
b. The Bodies of Opposition (Moon and Comet)
g. The Planet as the Body of Individuality

    b. The Elements  
      a. Air
b. The Elements of Opposition (Fire and Water)
g. The individual Element—Earth
    c. Meteorology—Process of Elements  
  B. Physics of the Particular Individuality    
    a. Specific Gravity
b. Cohesion (Adhesion, Coherence, and Elasticity)
c. Sound
d. Heat
 
  C. Physics of the Total Individuality    
    a. Shape (Shapelessness, Magnetism, Crystallography)  
    b. Particularization of the individual Body  
      a. Relationship to Light (Transparency, Refraction of Light, Theory of Color)
b. Properties of the Opposition (Smell as particularised Airiness, Taste as particularised Water)
g. The Totality in the Particular Individuality—Electricity
    c. The Chemical Process  
     

a. Combination

1. Galvanism
2. The Process of Fire (Combustion)
3. The Process of Water (Neutralisation, Formation of Salts)
4. The Process in its Totality (Chemical Affinity)

      b. Dissociation
III. ORGANICS      
 

A. Terrestrial Organism

a. History of the Earth
b. Structure of the Earth—Geology
c. Life of the Earth (The Atmosphere, the Oceans, Land)

 
 

B. The Plant Nature

a. The Process of Formation
b. The Process of Assimilation
c. The Process of Reproduction (Genus-Process)

 
  C. The Animal Organism  
    a. Shape (Structure)  
   


a. Functions of the Organism
b. The Systems of Shape (Nervous, Muscular, Circulatory, Digestive)
g. Total Structure
d. The Structural Process
   

b. Assimilation

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      a. The Theoretical Process (Sense Organs)
b. The Practical Relationship (Instinctive and Reflex)
g. The Constructive Instinct
   

c. The Process of Genus

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      a. Genus and Species
b.
The Sex-Relation
g. The Disease of the Individual
d. The Self-induced Destruction of the Individual
PART THREE
THE PHILOSOPHY OF MIND

I. MIND SUBJECTIVE

- A. ANTHROPOLOGY. THE SOUL    
    a. The Physical Soul  
     

a. Physical Qualities
b. Physical Alterations
g. Sensibility

    b. The Feeling Soul  
      a. The Feeling Soul in its Immediacy
b. Self-feeling
g. Habit
    c. The Actual Soul  
  B. PHENOMENOLOGY OF MIND. CONSCIOUSNESS    
    a. Consciousness proper  
      a. Sensuous consciousness
b. Sense-perception
g. The Intellect
    b. Self-consciousness  
      a. Appetite
b. Self-consciousness Recognitive
g. Universal Self-consciousness
    c. Reason  
  C. PSYCHOLOGY, MIND    
    a. Theoretical Mind  
      a. Intuition
b. Representation

1. Recollection
2. Imagination
3. Memory

g. Thinking

    b. Mind Practical  
      a. Practical Sense or Feeling
b. The Impulses and Choice
g. Happiness
    c. Free Mind  
II. MIND OBJECTIVE      
  A. LAW    
    a. Property
b. Contract
c. Right versus Wrong
 
  B. THE MORALITY OF CONSCIENCE    
    a. Purpose
b. Intention and Welfare
c. Goodness and Wickedness
 
  C. THE MORAL LIFE, OR SOCIAL ETHICS    
    a. The Family  
    b. Civil Society  
      a. The System of Wants
b. Administration of Justice
g. Police and Corporation
    c. The State  
      a. Constitutional Law
b. External Public Law
g. Universal History
III. ABSOLUTE MIND      
  A. ART    
  B. REVEALED RELIGION    
  C. PHILOSOPHY    

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