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José Antonio Pardo
Universidad Iberoamericana
México
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Núm. 23 (2020), Artículos
DOI: https://doi.org/10.24310/Metyper.2020.v0i23.5796
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According to some commentators, Hegel's Logic is not a kind of formal logic, but a material one. This statement has documental support, because Hegel says formal logic is empty. Never the less there are some texts in Hegelian Opus, which suggests that Hegel thinks of logic as a formal subject. Because of that, also, there are commentator which say Hegel’s logic is a formal system.  I propose that it must be realized that the term "formal" has had several senses along the history of philosophy. According to some of this senses, it can be said that Hegel's Logic is formal.

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