Phenomenology of Spirit. A. V. Miller, G. W. F. Hegel, J. N. Findlay
ISBN: 0198245971,9780198245971 | 631 pages | 16 Mb
Phenomenology of Spirit A. V. Miller, G. W. F. Hegel, J. N. Findlay
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
The way I'm going to read Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit is in terms of a conversation with J.M Bernstein's 1994 seminar on The Phenomenology of Spirit. The Phenomenology of Spirit Reader: Critical and Interpretive. David Reinfurt; Mind/Spirit or, Philosophy as a Tool for Visual Interpretation Joel Speasmaker; The Odd Job Ainsley Drew; An Exclusive Opportunity for Our Valued Patrons Simon Goetz; Serial Series, Part 2. Here's a link to Terry Pinkard's (he of the rather fine Hegel biography) translation of the Phenomenology of Spirit. The Phenomenology Reader alongside Dermot Moran's Introduction to Phenomenology (London: Routledge, 2000) provide a much needed. The Phenomenology of Spirit is traditionally understood to be an account of the process by which humanity comes to consciousness of its own nature as self-knowing and self-determining. Since the mid 30s, Kojève scandalised the audience of his lectures on Hegel with the lurid substitution of Napoleon with Stalin. It's well worth a look, given the infelicities of the Miller, if only for a different perspective. 'The Hegel Variations' by Fredric Jameson, Fredric Jameson The Hegel Variations: On the Phenomenology of Spirit Verso, London, 2010. Hegel's Preface to the 'Phenomenology of Spirit'. Here is a link to a recent radio interview with Jean Pierre Lefebvre, whose revised French translation of the Phenomenology of Spirit (Flammarion, 2012) - the second of four into that language - has just been published:. This post is crossed post to philosophical conversations. Product Price: Click Here to Check Product Prices Detail: Click Here to See Reviews.
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