The part of Hegel's Philosophy of Nature devoted to the exposition of colour is not simply a descrption of Goethe's doctrine. It is a radical re.intepretation of it. Although Hegel elaborated a complex theory of the organism which could have provided a conceptual foundation for the comprehension of physiological colour he treats it as an essential physical phenomenon.

Hegel's exposition of Goethe's theory of colour

ILLETTERATI, LUCA
1993

Abstract

The part of Hegel's Philosophy of Nature devoted to the exposition of colour is not simply a descrption of Goethe's doctrine. It is a radical re.intepretation of it. Although Hegel elaborated a complex theory of the organism which could have provided a conceptual foundation for the comprehension of physiological colour he treats it as an essential physical phenomenon.
Hegel and Newtonianism
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