By Quentin Lauer
Quentin Lauer is likely one of the most sensible writers on Hegel. learn his different books too. specially the "Essays in Hegelian Dialectic" between others.
Hegel is hard to appreciate initially, Mr. Lauer makes the duty a section more straightforward. even though extra introductory fabrics will be wanted for many readers sooner than this one is learn.
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This sort of consciousness of independence, however, is scarcely a step beyond the unsupported self-affirmation which solipsistically ignores any other; it merely finds confirmation of its own self-affirmation in recognition by another. 39 Thus, in isolation self-consciousness is no more than an abstract awareness of gathering all objectivity in itself, which constitutes an awareness of object-ness without a concrete awareness of self-ness. To be aware of the "more" in self-awareness, however, the self must see the need of doubling itself; the self cannot be its own object if in the field of its objects there are no other selves.
There is constancy, and there is change, but the I cannot get them together. ), each one of which turns out to be a dead-end street. 56 There is, thus, a separation between "itself as an autonomous object and this object as object of a consciousness which makes it its own being" (p. 151/242/197). All this split consciousness can do is withdraw into itself, seeking refuge in what is clearly its own, its thinking. "We" who look on, however, see that in 56 "In the master-slave situation, there is neither education, nor progress, nor historyonly the repetitive fulfillment of the master's wants" (Kelly, "Hegel's 'Lordship and Bondage,'" in MacIntyre, Hegel, p.
One who creates what is not yet and in so doing becomes a self, a freely acting subject. This, then, is a self-liberating process, wherein the human as creative brings itself to be what it is to be human. Â < previous page < previous page page_133 page_134 next page > next page > Page 134 There are, then, three moments necessary, and universally necessary, to the "reflection" (turning back) of consciousness on itself: fear, service, and constructing (bilden) (p. 149/239/196). 53 "Without the discipline of obedient service fear remains merely formal and does not spread itself over the actuality of the being which consciousness experiences" (p.
A Reading of Hegel's "Phenomenology of Spirit by Quentin Lauer