N.2/2019 Pratiche di immanenza

Alcune note su linguaggio, concetto e immanenza nell’interpretazione hyppoliteana di Hegel

Sandro Palazzo

(Università di Bologna)

Published in December, 2019

Some notes on language, Concept and Immanence in Hegel’s Hyppolitean Interpretation

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The theme of this contribution is the relationship between language and concept in Hyppolite’s interpretation of Hegel. This issue is addressed starting from two questions: what are the ontological conditions that make language possible; whether language has an originally transcendental status. After an analysis of the genesis of language, the investigation focuses on the self-reflexivity of language itself. Thus the basic thesis is developed, which can be summarized in the following points: the self-reflexivity of language implies the immanence of being at appearing; this implication requires a review of the Hegelian systematic organization, a review in which emerges the central role of Lehre vom Wesen; and only on the basis of this centrality, language can perform an originally transcendental function.


Hyppolite, Hegel, linguaggio, concetto, immanenza, senso.