The Resource Hegel's Phenomenology of spirit, Ludwig Siep ; translated by Daniel Smyth

Hegel's Phenomenology of spirit, Ludwig Siep ; translated by Daniel Smyth

Label
Hegel's Phenomenology of spirit
Title
Hegel's Phenomenology of spirit
Statement of responsibility
Ludwig Siep ; translated by Daniel Smyth
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • ger
  • eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
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Siep, Ludwig
Index
no index present
LC call number
B2929
LC item number
.S48513 2014
Literary form
non fiction
Series statement
Modern European philosophy
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich
  • Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich
  • Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich
  • Spirit
  • PHILOSOPHY / History & Surveys / Modern
  • Spirit
Label
Hegel's Phenomenology of spirit, Ludwig Siep ; translated by Daniel Smyth
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The task of philosophy
  • (b).
  • Critique of Fichte
  • (c).
  • Presentation of Schelling's system
  • (d).
  • Critique of Reinhold
  • 4.
  • Hegel's philosophical development in Jena (1801 -- 1806)
  • (a).
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • The shape and development of the system
  • (b).
  • Introduction to speculative philosophy
  • (c).
  • The concept of spirit
  • 5.
  • The task and method of the Phenomenology of Spirit
  • (a).
  • The task of the Phenomenology according to the Preface
  • (b).
  • 1.
  • The method of the "experience of consciousness" according to the Introduction
  • (c).
  • The organization of the Phenomenology of Spirit
  • 6.
  • The course of the Phenomenology of Spirit
  • (From this point on, the organization follows that of the Phenomenology; cf pp. 69 f below.)
  • A.
  • Consciousness
  • I.
  • Sense-certainty; or the "this" and meaning something
  • The ambition of the Phenomenology of Spirit
  • 2.
  • Hegel's philosophical development prior to the Differenzschrift
  • 3.
  • The task and system of philosophy according to the Differenzschrift
  • (a).
  • A.
  • Self-sufficiency and non-self-sufficiency of self-consciousness; mastery and servitude
  • B.
  • Freedom of self-consciousness; Stoicism, Skepticism, and unhappy consciousness
  • C.
  • (AA) Reason
  • V.
  • The certainty and truth of reason
  • A.
  • Observing reason
  • II.
  • a.
  • The observation of nature
  • b.
  • The observation of self-consciousness in its purity and in its relationship to external reality; logical and psychological laws
  • c.
  • Observation of the relationship of self-consciousness to its immediate reality; physiognomy and phrenology
  • B.
  • The realization of rational self-consciousness through itself
  • a.
  • Pleasure and necessity
  • Perception; or the thing and illusion
  • b.
  • The law of the heart, and the insanity of self-conceit
  • c.
  • Virtue and the way of the world
  • C.
  • The individuality which is real in and for itself
  • a.
  • The spiritual animal kingdom and deceit, or the issue itself
  • b.
  • Law-giving reason
  • III.
  • c.
  • Law-testing reason
  • (BB) Spirit
  • Force and the understanding, appearance and supersensible world
  • B.
  • Self-consciousness
  • IV.
  • The truth of self-certainty
  • c.
  • The condition of right or legal status
  • B.
  • Self-alienated spirit. Culture
  • I.
  • The world of self-alienated spirit
  • a.
  • Culture and its realm of actuality
  • b.
  • Faith and pure insight
  • VI.
  • II.
  • The Enlightenment
  • a.
  • The struggle of the Enlightenment with superstition
  • b.
  • The truth of the Enlightenment
  • III.
  • Absolute freedom and the Terror
  • C.
  • Spirit that is certain of itself. Morality
  • Spirit
  • a.
  • The moral worldview
  • b.
  • Dissemblance or duplicity
  • c.
  • Conscience, the beautiful soul, evil, and its forgiveness
  • (cc) Religion
  • VII.
  • Religion
  • A.
  • A.
  • Natural religion
  • a.
  • God as light
  • b.
  • Plant and animal
  • c.
  • The artificer
  • B.
  • Religion in the form of art
  • a.
  • True spirit. Ethical life
  • The abstract work of art
  • b.
  • The living work of art
  • c.
  • The spiritual work of art
  • C.
  • Revealed religion
  • (DD) Absolute knowledge
  • VIII.
  • Absolute knowledge
  • a.
  • 7.
  • Impact
  • The ethical world, human and divine law, man and woman
  • b.
  • Ethical action, human and divine knowledge, guilt and fate
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xxii, 307 pages
Isbn
9781107022355
Isbn Type
(hardback)
Lccn
2013022560
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Specific material designation
unspecified
System control number
  • (OCoLC)851285538
  • (OCoLC)ocn851285538
Label
Hegel's Phenomenology of spirit, Ludwig Siep ; translated by Daniel Smyth
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The task of philosophy
  • (b).
  • Critique of Fichte
  • (c).
  • Presentation of Schelling's system
  • (d).
  • Critique of Reinhold
  • 4.
  • Hegel's philosophical development in Jena (1801 -- 1806)
  • (a).
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • The shape and development of the system
  • (b).
  • Introduction to speculative philosophy
  • (c).
  • The concept of spirit
  • 5.
  • The task and method of the Phenomenology of Spirit
  • (a).
  • The task of the Phenomenology according to the Preface
  • (b).
  • 1.
  • The method of the "experience of consciousness" according to the Introduction
  • (c).
  • The organization of the Phenomenology of Spirit
  • 6.
  • The course of the Phenomenology of Spirit
  • (From this point on, the organization follows that of the Phenomenology; cf pp. 69 f below.)
  • A.
  • Consciousness
  • I.
  • Sense-certainty; or the "this" and meaning something
  • The ambition of the Phenomenology of Spirit
  • 2.
  • Hegel's philosophical development prior to the Differenzschrift
  • 3.
  • The task and system of philosophy according to the Differenzschrift
  • (a).
  • A.
  • Self-sufficiency and non-self-sufficiency of self-consciousness; mastery and servitude
  • B.
  • Freedom of self-consciousness; Stoicism, Skepticism, and unhappy consciousness
  • C.
  • (AA) Reason
  • V.
  • The certainty and truth of reason
  • A.
  • Observing reason
  • II.
  • a.
  • The observation of nature
  • b.
  • The observation of self-consciousness in its purity and in its relationship to external reality; logical and psychological laws
  • c.
  • Observation of the relationship of self-consciousness to its immediate reality; physiognomy and phrenology
  • B.
  • The realization of rational self-consciousness through itself
  • a.
  • Pleasure and necessity
  • Perception; or the thing and illusion
  • b.
  • The law of the heart, and the insanity of self-conceit
  • c.
  • Virtue and the way of the world
  • C.
  • The individuality which is real in and for itself
  • a.
  • The spiritual animal kingdom and deceit, or the issue itself
  • b.
  • Law-giving reason
  • III.
  • c.
  • Law-testing reason
  • (BB) Spirit
  • Force and the understanding, appearance and supersensible world
  • B.
  • Self-consciousness
  • IV.
  • The truth of self-certainty
  • c.
  • The condition of right or legal status
  • B.
  • Self-alienated spirit. Culture
  • I.
  • The world of self-alienated spirit
  • a.
  • Culture and its realm of actuality
  • b.
  • Faith and pure insight
  • VI.
  • II.
  • The Enlightenment
  • a.
  • The struggle of the Enlightenment with superstition
  • b.
  • The truth of the Enlightenment
  • III.
  • Absolute freedom and the Terror
  • C.
  • Spirit that is certain of itself. Morality
  • Spirit
  • a.
  • The moral worldview
  • b.
  • Dissemblance or duplicity
  • c.
  • Conscience, the beautiful soul, evil, and its forgiveness
  • (cc) Religion
  • VII.
  • Religion
  • A.
  • A.
  • Natural religion
  • a.
  • God as light
  • b.
  • Plant and animal
  • c.
  • The artificer
  • B.
  • Religion in the form of art
  • a.
  • True spirit. Ethical life
  • The abstract work of art
  • b.
  • The living work of art
  • c.
  • The spiritual work of art
  • C.
  • Revealed religion
  • (DD) Absolute knowledge
  • VIII.
  • Absolute knowledge
  • a.
  • 7.
  • Impact
  • The ethical world, human and divine law, man and woman
  • b.
  • Ethical action, human and divine knowledge, guilt and fate
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xxii, 307 pages
Isbn
9781107022355
Isbn Type
(hardback)
Lccn
2013022560
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Specific material designation
unspecified
System control number
  • (OCoLC)851285538
  • (OCoLC)ocn851285538

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