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Phenomenology of Spirit by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
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Jun 08, 2007

it was amazing
bookshelves: philosophy
Read in September, 1988

Another headache-inducing, lucky if you can read 10 pages in a sitting book. Only read selections. I think about looking at it again, then I remind myself that I've been trying to read I and Thou for several years now and my current lifestyle doesn't really support this kind of reading.

Phenomenology: (Miller translation, Oxford Univ Press): Introduction, paragraphs 73-89 (pp. 46-57)
Phenomenology: Sense Certainty, 90-110 (pp. 58-66)
Phenomenology: Lordship and Bondage, Stoicism; paragraphs 178-201 (pp. 111-122)
Phenomenology: Skepticism, Unhappy Consciousness, Reason (Intro), paragraphs 202-239, (pp.123-145)
Phenomenology: Spirit – The Ethical Order – Guilt & Destiny, pp. 263-289 ; paragraphs 438-476
Phenomenology: Preface, paragraphs 1-37 (pp.1-22)
Phenomenology: Preface, paragraphs 38-72 (pp.22-45)
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