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Stephen Houlgate ... puts forward the argument that Hegels Logic is to be seen as an ontology. But is this view convincing? Not only the logic, but also Hesiods Theogony, Genesis and the Tao begins with a similar principle of indeterminancy. So plenty of people (if not you or others) have found it convincing.


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You're using the word 'foundationalism' quite imprecisely, which is why you see Hegel as a foundationalist. Foundationalism is an epistemological doctrine about the structure of justification. They hold that all inferences must end in some non-inferential knowledge or justified belief. Nowhere in Hegel does anything like this structure of justification occur....


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