A sweeping investigation of how knowledge is obtained by means of absolute truth, including how the spirit reveals itself as absolute reality, The Phenomenology of Mind is an intellectual tour-de-force and represents a great philosophical work for the ages. Originally published in German in 1807, Hegel proffers his unique viewpoint that knowledge is not separated from, nor outside of, absolute reality—but that knowledge is itself reality, and posits that reality is mental and spiritual. This two-volume set includes:
• Intention and Method of the Argument of the Phenomenology
• Consciousness and Self-Consciousness
• [The Nature of] Free Concrete Mind: Reason
• [The Nature of] Free Concrete Mind: Spirit
• Absolute Knowledge
• And much more...
German philosopher GEORG WILHELM FRIEDRICH HEGEL (1770-1831) was born in Stuttgart and studied at Tübingen, where his contemporaries included Schelling and the poet Hölderlin. As a philosophical disciple of Kant, Hegel was of the Idealist School of philosophers and remained an unparalleled influence on German philosophy throughout the 19th century. Additional works by Hegel include: *The Objective Logic* (1812-13), *The Subjective Logic* (1816), *Encyclopedia of the Philosophical Sciences in Outline* (1817), and *Philosophy of Right* (1821).
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