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Hegel's Phenomenology of spirit, Ludwig Siep ; translated from the German by Daniel Smyth

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Hegel's Phenomenology of spirit
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Hegel's Phenomenology of spirit
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Ludwig Siep ; translated from the German by Daniel Smyth
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Hegel only published five books in his lifetime, and among them the Phenomenology of Spirit emerges as the most important but also perhaps the most difficult and complex. In this book Ludwig Siep follows the path from Hegel's early writings on religion, love and spirit to the milestones of his 'Jena period'. He shows how the themes of the Phenomenology first appeared in an earlier work, The Difference between Fichte's and Schelling's Systems of Philosophy, and closely examines the direction which Hegel's thought took as he attempted to think through the possibility of a complete system of philosophy. The themes encompassed by the Phenomenology - anti-dualistic epistemology, autonomy, historicality, the sociality of reason - are thoroughly discussed in Siep's subtle and elegantly argued assessment, which appears here in English for the first time. It will be of great interest to all readers studying Hegel's thought
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Siep, Ludwig
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.S48513 2014eb
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Modern European philosophy
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  • Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich
  • Spirit
  • Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich
  • Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich
  • PHILOSOPHY
  • Spirit
  • Spiritualism
  • Fenomenologi
  • Filosofi
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Hegel's Phenomenology of spirit, Ludwig Siep ; translated from the German by Daniel Smyth
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  • Cover; Half title; Series page; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Preface; Chronology of Hegel's life; 1 The ambition of the Phenomenology of Spirit; 2 Hegel's philosophical development prior to the Differenzschrift; 3 The task and system of philosophy according to the Differenzschrift; (a) The task of philosophy; (b) Critique of Fichte; (c) Presentation of Schelling's system; (d) Critique of Reinhold; 4 Hegel's philosophical development in Jena (1801-1806); (a) The shape and development of the system; (b) Introduction to speculative philosophy; (c) The concept of spirit
  • 5 The task and method of the Phenomenology of Spirit(a) The task of the Phenomenology according to the Preface; (b) The method of the ""experience of consciousness"" according to the Introduction; (c) The organization of the Phenomenology of Spirit; 6 The course of the Phenomenology of Spirit; A. Consciousness; I. Sense-certainty; or the ""this"" and meaning something; II. Perception; or the thing and illusion; III. Force and the understanding, appearance and supersensible world; B. Self-consciousness; IV. The truth of self-certainty
  • A. Self-sufficiency and non-self-sufficiency of self-consciousness mastery and servitude; B. Freedom of self-consciousness; Stoicism, Skepticism, and unhappy consciousness; C. (aa) Reason; V. The certainty and truth of reason; A. Observing reason; a. The observation of nature; b. The observation of self-consciousness in its purity and in its relationship to external reality; logical and psychological laws; c. Observation of the relationship of self-consciousness to its immediate reality; physiognomy and phrenology; B. The realization of rational self-consciousness through itself
  • A. Pleasure and necessityb. The law of the heart, and the insanity of self-conceit; c. Virtue and the way of the world; C. The individuality which is real in and for itself; a. The spiritual animal kingdom and deceit, or the issue itself; b. Law-giving reason; c. Law-testing reason; (bb) Spirit; VI. Spirit; A. True spirit. Ethical life; a. The ethical world, human and divine law, man and woman; b. Ethical action, human and divine knowledge, guilt and fate; c. The condition of right or legal status; B. Self-alienated spirit. Culture; i. The world of self-alienated spirit
  • A. Culture and its realm of actuality.b. Faith and pure insight.; ii. The Enlightenment.; a. The struggle of the Enlightenment with superstition.; b. The truth of the Enlightenment.; iii. absolute freedom and the terror; C. Spirit that is certain of itself. Morality; a. The moral worldview; b. Dissemblance or duplicity; c. Conscience, the beautiful soul, evil, and its forgiveness; (cc) Religion; VII. Religion; A. Natural religion; a. God as light; b. Plant and animal; c. The artificer; B. Religion in the form of art; a. The abstract work of art; b. The living work of art
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Hegel's Phenomenology of spirit, Ludwig Siep ; translated from the German by Daniel Smyth
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Contents
  • Cover; Half title; Series page; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Preface; Chronology of Hegel's life; 1 The ambition of the Phenomenology of Spirit; 2 Hegel's philosophical development prior to the Differenzschrift; 3 The task and system of philosophy according to the Differenzschrift; (a) The task of philosophy; (b) Critique of Fichte; (c) Presentation of Schelling's system; (d) Critique of Reinhold; 4 Hegel's philosophical development in Jena (1801-1806); (a) The shape and development of the system; (b) Introduction to speculative philosophy; (c) The concept of spirit
  • 5 The task and method of the Phenomenology of Spirit(a) The task of the Phenomenology according to the Preface; (b) The method of the ""experience of consciousness"" according to the Introduction; (c) The organization of the Phenomenology of Spirit; 6 The course of the Phenomenology of Spirit; A. Consciousness; I. Sense-certainty; or the ""this"" and meaning something; II. Perception; or the thing and illusion; III. Force and the understanding, appearance and supersensible world; B. Self-consciousness; IV. The truth of self-certainty
  • A. Self-sufficiency and non-self-sufficiency of self-consciousness mastery and servitude; B. Freedom of self-consciousness; Stoicism, Skepticism, and unhappy consciousness; C. (aa) Reason; V. The certainty and truth of reason; A. Observing reason; a. The observation of nature; b. The observation of self-consciousness in its purity and in its relationship to external reality; logical and psychological laws; c. Observation of the relationship of self-consciousness to its immediate reality; physiognomy and phrenology; B. The realization of rational self-consciousness through itself
  • A. Pleasure and necessityb. The law of the heart, and the insanity of self-conceit; c. Virtue and the way of the world; C. The individuality which is real in and for itself; a. The spiritual animal kingdom and deceit, or the issue itself; b. Law-giving reason; c. Law-testing reason; (bb) Spirit; VI. Spirit; A. True spirit. Ethical life; a. The ethical world, human and divine law, man and woman; b. Ethical action, human and divine knowledge, guilt and fate; c. The condition of right or legal status; B. Self-alienated spirit. Culture; i. The world of self-alienated spirit
  • A. Culture and its realm of actuality.b. Faith and pure insight.; ii. The Enlightenment.; a. The struggle of the Enlightenment with superstition.; b. The truth of the Enlightenment.; iii. absolute freedom and the terror; C. Spirit that is certain of itself. Morality; a. The moral worldview; b. Dissemblance or duplicity; c. Conscience, the beautiful soul, evil, and its forgiveness; (cc) Religion; VII. Religion; A. Natural religion; a. God as light; b. Plant and animal; c. The artificer; B. Religion in the form of art; a. The abstract work of art; b. The living work of art
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