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|Statement||Kipling D. Forbes.|
|LC Classifications||RC437.5 .F67 1995|
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|Pagination||xi, 226 p. ;|
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In the edition of the Encyclopaedia, Hegel opens the Psychology by introducing its thematic object, namely, ‘Geist’.
Presented as the result of the preceding movement of subjective spirit, ‘Geist’ emerges here as that which ‘has determined itself as the truth of the soul and consciousness’ (ENZ §).1 This claim may strike one as puzzling, since ‘spirit’ has allegedly.
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But it didn’t mean anything to me until rereading it in my mids. Frankl’s observations as a captive in a Nazi concentration camp during World War II are instructive for. Hegel usually referred to the Phenomenology as his "psychology", because it was the only one of his writings which deals with the world, not as it appears to Absolute Mind (or Spirit) but to quite ordinary minds like our own.
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