عنوان مقاله [English]
In this paper, I will argue for this claim that Hegel's logic implies Trivialism. In recent decades among scholars, there is a special interest in rereading classic philosophers through the modern logic, also about Hegel this story is true. Graham Priest, a contemporary philosopher and logician, had claimed that we can find Hegel's logic in a paraconsistent way. More specifically, Priest said Hegel's logic is committed to Dialetheism. His claim has some opponents(such as Michela Bordignon) who say Hegel's being dialetheist has some requirements such as commitment to the third truth-value (Glutty value) and this is a dubious presupposition. Bordignon had claimed that in Hegel's logic, there is only one truth-value: true.
In three-part of this paper, I will report and criticize accounts of Priest and his opponents, then I will establish an argument for Hegel's being Trivialist, respectively. And finally, I will try to explain what Trivialism is and I will give a reason for defense of it.