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  1. Hegel's logic is summed up by objective, that is, ontologized logic, that is, metaphysics, and subjective logic, that is, the logic of concepts. Thus, Hegel represents a dialectical ontologized logic, which is not directly removed from formal logic: the rational is overcome in it dialectically, that is, bringing understanding to the speculative, which is already truly logical.�

    The necessity of the laws of formal logic (Aristotelian) is seen in the forms of thinking; the necessity of dialectical logic (Hegelian) is seen in the conceivable content of thinking itself, that is, in the discovery of contradictions within the movement of concepts.

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