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The Phenomenology of Mind


THE PHENOMENOLOGY OF MIND
Table of Contents
THE PHENOMENOLOGY OF MIND ...........................................................................................................1
G. W. F. HEGEL......................................................................................................................................1
PREFACE: ON SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE......................................................................................2
INTRODUCTION ...............................................................................................................................28
A. CONSCIOUSNESS(1).................................................................................................................................33
"MEANING" ........................................................................................................................................34
II. PERCEPTION: OR THINGS AND THEIR DECEPTIVENESS(1).............................................39
SUPERSENSIBLE WORLD(1) ...........................................................................................................46
B. SELF−CONSCIOUSNESS(1)......................................................................................................................60
THE TRUTH WHICH CONSCIOUS CERTAINTY OF SELF REALIZES ....................................60
LORDSHIP AND BONDAGE............................................................................................................64
CONSCIOUSNESS ..............................................................................................................................69
C. [FREE CONCRETE MIND](1) ...................................................................................................................80
AA. REASON(2) ..................................................................................................................................80
REASON'S CERTAINTY AND REASON'S TRUTH ......................................................................81
A. OBSERVATION AS A PROCESS OF REASON ........................................................................85
a(1). OBSERVATION OF NATURE..................................................................................................86
a (2). OBSERVATION OF ORGANIC NATURE ............................................................................90
IMMEDIATE ACTUALITY − PHYSIOGNOMY AND PHRENOLOGY. ....................................108
ACTIVITY..........................................................................................................................................123
ACTIVITY..........................................................................................................................................123
a. PLEASURE AND NECESSITY ...................................................................................................127
c. VIRTUE AND THE COURSE OF THE WORLD ......................................................................134
FACT ..................................................................................................................................................140
AND THE DECEPTION THENCE ARISING: THE REAL FACT ................................................141
b. REASON AS LAWGIVER ...........................................................................................................149
c. REASON AS TESTING LAWS....................................................................................................151
VI. SPIRIT(1) ....................................................................................................................................155
A. OBJECTIVE SPIRIT(1) − THE ETHICAL ORDER(2) .............................................................157
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