Rinaldi, Giacomo Books

History and Interpretation of the Logic of Hegel
1992 0-7734-9509-6
The aim of this work is to outline a systematic historical account of the developments of Hegel's logic, both in his own works and those of his most significant followers, and on the basis of that, to outline a coherent interpretation and internal criticism (where this is needed) from a consistently `idealistic-transcendental' philosophical perspective.