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Read online Phénoménologie de l'esprit.pdf PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Phénoménologie de l'esprit Ph nomenologie des Geistes is one of G W F Hegel s most important philosophical works Translated as The Phenomenology of Spirit or Mind due to the dual meaning of Geist it formed the basis of his later philosophy amp was a significant development in German idealism after Kant Focusing on topics in metaphysics epistemology physics ethics history religion perception consciousness amp political philosophy the Phenomenology develops his concepts of dialectic including the Master slave absolute idealism ethical life amp sublation The book had profound effect in Western philosophy particularly on Marxism s development amp has been praised amp blamed for the development of existentialism communism fascism death of god theology amp historicist nihilism Terry Pinkard edited Preface On Scientific Cognition Introduction A Consciousness Sense certainty Perception Force amp the Understanding B Self consciousness The Truth of Self certainty A Independence amp dependence of self consciousness lordship amp bondage B Freedom of self consciousness stoicism scepticism amp the unhappy consciousness C AA Reason The Certainty amp Truth of Reason A Observing reason B The actualization of rational self consciousness thru its own activity C Individuality which takes itself to be real in amp for itself BB Spirit Spirit A The true Spirit The ethical order B Self alienated Spirit Culture C Spirit that is certain of itself Morality CC Religion Religion A Natural religion B Religion in the form of art C The revealed religion DD Absolute Knowing Absolute Knowing by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, Jean-Pierre Lefebvre, Roger-Pol Droit

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Phénoménologie de l'esprit
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The Philosophy of History, Introduction to the Philosophy of History with Selections from The Philosophy of Right, Elements of the Philosophy of Right, Phenomenology of Spirit, Preface to the Phenomenology of Spirit, Introductory Lectures on Aesthetics, The Encyclopaedia Logic: The Encyclopaedia of Philosophical Sciences 1 with the Zusatze, Science of Logic, Aesthetics: Lectures on Fine Art, Vol 1: Introduction & Parts 1-2, Reason in History
This is a new translation with running commentary of what is perhaps the most important short piece of Hegel s writing The Preface to Hegel s first major work the i Phenomenology of Spirit i lays the groundwork for all his other writing by explaining what is most innovative about Hegel s philosophy br br This new translation combines readability with maximum precision breaking Hegel s long sentences and simplifying their often complex structure At the same time it is more faithful to the original than any previous translation br br The heart of the book is the detailed commentary supported by an introductory essay Together they offer a lucid and elegant explanation of the text and elucidate difficult issues in Hegel making his claims and intentions intelligible to the beginner while offering interesting and original insights to the scholar and advanced student The commentary often goes beyond the particular phrase in the text to provide systematic context and explain related topics in Hegel and his predecessors including Kant Spinoza and Aristotle as well as Fichte Schelling Holderlin and others br br The commentator refrains from playing down as many interpreters do today those aspects of Hegel s thought that are less acceptable in our time and abstains from mixing his own philosophical preferences with his reading of Hegel s text His approach is faithful to the historical Hegel while reconstructing Hegel s ideas within their own context br br, eminently readable admirably picks up the spirit of what Hegel is saying more readable and accurate than Hartmann s and it trans lates a more readable text than does Nisbet s It includes as Hartmann s does not an excerpt which serves as chapter five from The Geo graphical Basis of History particularly interesting for what it says of America and a brief chapter six entitled The Division of History The volume closes with an appendix translating of Hegel s Philosophy of Right and deals directly with the very concept of World History It constitutes a big help in coming to grips with what Hegel means by Spirit Quentin Lauer SJ Fordham University in i International Philosophical Quarterly i, Hegel wrote this classic as an introduction to a series of lectures on the philosophy of history a novel concept in the early nineteenth century With this work he created the history of philosophy as a scientific study He reveals philosophical theory as neither an accident nor an artificial construct but as an exemplar of its age fashioned by its antecedents and contemporary circumstances and serving as a model for the future The author himself appears to have regarded this book as a popular introduction to his philosophy as a whole and it remains the most readable and accessible of all his philosophical writings br Eschewing the methods of original history written during the period in question and reflective history written after the period has passed Hegel embraces philosophic history which employs a priori philosophical thought to interpret history as a rational process Reason rules history he asserts through its infinite freedom being self sufficient it depends on nothing beyond its own laws and conclusions and power through which it forms its own laws Hegel argues that all of history is caused and guided by a rational process and God s seemingly unknowable plan is rendered intelligible through philosophy The notion that reason rules the world he concludes is both necessary to the practice of philosophic history and a conclusion drawn from that practice, i Librarian note an alternate cover for this edition can be found a href https www goodreads com book show introductory lectures on aesthetics rel nofollow here a i br br For Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel art almost ranked with religion and philosophy in its power to reveal the fundamental nature of existence But although he lived in the German golden age of Goethe Schiller and Mozart he also believed that art was in terminal decline br p To resolve this apparent paradox as Michael Inwood explains in his incisive Introduction we must understand the particular place of aesthetics in Hegel s vast intellectual edifice Its central pillars consist of logic philosophy of nature and philosophy of spirit Art derives its value from offering a sensory vision of the God like absolute from its harmonious fusion of form and content and from summing up the world view of an age such as Homer s While it scaled supreme heights in ancient Greece Hegel doubted art s ability to encompass Christian belief or the reflective irony characteristic of modern societies Many such challenging ideas are developed in this superb treatise it counts among the most stimulating works of a master thinker br br Table of Contents br Introductory Lectures on Aesthetics Introduction A Note on the Translation and Commentary br INTRODUCTORY LECTURES ON AESTHETICS br br Chapter I The Range of Aesthetic Defined and Some Objections against the Philosophy of Art Refuted br Aesthetic confined to Beauty of Art br Does Art merit Scientific Treatment br Is Scientific Treatment appropriate to Art br Answer to br Answer to br br Chapter II Methods of Science Applicable to Beauty and Art br Empirical Method Art scholarship br a Its Range br b It generates Rules and Theories br c The Rights of Genius br Abstract Reflection br The Philosophical Conception of Artistic Beauty general notion of br br Chapter III The Conception of Artistic Beauty br Part I The Work of Art as Made and as Sensuous br Work of Art as Product of Human Activity br a Conscious Production by Rule br b Artistic Inspiration br c Dignity of Production by Man br d Man s Need to produce Works of Art br Work of Art as addressed to Man s Sense br a Object of Art Pleasant Feeling br b Feeling of Beauty Taste br c Art scholarship br d Profounder Consequences of Sensuous Nature of Art br Relations of the Sensuous to the Mind br Desire br Theory br Sensuous as Symbol of Spiritual br The Sensuous Element how Present in the Artist br The Content of Art Sensuous br br Part II The End of Art br The Interest or End of Art br a Imitation of Nature br Mere Repetition of Nature is br Superfluous br Imperfect br Amusing Merely as Sleight of Hand br What is Good to Imitate br Some Arts cannot be called Imitative br b Humani nihil br c Mitigation of the Passions br How Art mitigates the Passions br How Art purifies the Passions br It must have a Worthy Content br But ought not to be Didactic br Nor explicitly addressed to a Moral Purpose br d Art has its own Purpose as Revelation of Truth br br Chapter IV Historical Deducation of the True Idea of Art in Modern Philosophy br Kant br a Pleasure in Beauty not Appetitive br b Pleasure in Beauty Universal br c The Beautiful in its Teleological Aspect br d Delight in the Beautiful necessary though felt br Schiller Winckelmann Schelling br The Irony br br Chapter V Division of the Subject br The Condition of Artistic Presentation is the Correspondence of Matter and Plastic Form br Part I The Ideal br Part II The Types of Art br Symbolic Art br Classical Art br Romantic Art br Part III The Several Arts br Architecture br Sculpture br Romantic Art comprising br i Painting br ii Music br iii Poetry br Conclusion br br Commentary p