The Structure of the Phenomenology

The Structure of the Phenomenology is a new video I made in the Basic Hegel Series.

It deals with the following topics:

1. What does it mean that the Spirit appears to itself as consciousness? Why is the movement of consciousness reflected first and foremost in the object?

2. What does it mean to say: “The Spirit is the substance of its “previous” abstract, isolating moments”?

3. In what way is history present within the Phenomenology? Why should one say that history is present in the PhdG only as consciousness of history – not as the philosophical concept of real history?

You can watch by clicking on this link:

Basic Hegel Series #2: The Structure of the Phenomenology.

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