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It is indeed a wonderful sensation to see such an individual, who, concentrated here at a single point, astride a horse, reaches out over the world and masters it In Terry Pinkard notes that Hegel's comment to Niethammer "is all the more striking since at that point he had already composed the crucial section of the Phenomenology in which he remarked that the Revolution had now officially passed to another land Germany that would complete 'in thought' what the Revolution had only partially accomplished in practice.

The Encyclopedia of the Philosophical Sciences , in its third section Philosophy of Spirit , contains a second subsection The Encyclopedia Phenomenology that recounts in briefer and somewhat altered form the major themes of the original Phenomenology. Structure[ edit ] The book consists of a Preface written after the rest was completed , an Introduction, and six major divisions of greatly varying size : " Consciousness ", " Self-Consciousness ", "Reason", "Spirit", "Religion", and " Absolute Knowledge ".

Most of these have further hierarchical subdivisions, and some versions of the book's table of contents also group the last four together as a single section on a level with the first two. Due to its obscure nature and the many works by Hegel that followed its publication, even the structure or core theme of the book itself remains contested.

First, Hegel wrote the book under close time constraints with little chance for revision individual chapters were sent to the publisher before others were written. Furthermore, according to some readers, Hegel may have changed his conception of the project over the course of the writing.

Secondly, the book abounds with both highly technical argument in philosophical language, and concrete examples, either imaginary or historical, of developments by people through different states of consciousness. The relationship between these is disputed: whether Hegel meant to prove claims about the development of world history, or simply used it for illustration; whether or not the more conventionally philosophical passages are meant to address specific historical and philosophical positions; and so forth.

Jean Hyppolite famously interpreted the work as a Bildungsroman that follows the progression of its protagonist, Spirit, through the history of consciousness, [8] a characterization that remains prevalent among literary theorists.

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However, others contest this literary interpretation and instead read the work as a "self-conscious reflective account" [9] that a society must give of itself in order to understand itself and therefore become reflective. This involves an exposition on the content and standpoint of philosophy, i. The Hegelian method consists of actually examining consciousness' experience of both itself and of its objects and eliciting the contradictions and dynamic movement that come to light in looking at this experience.

Hegel uses the phrase "pure looking at" reines Zusehen to describe this method. If consciousness just pays attention to what is actually present in itself and its relation to its objects, it will see that what looks like stable and fixed forms dissolve into a dialectical movement. Thus, philosophy, according to Hegel, cannot just set out arguments based on a flow of deductive reasoning.

Rather, it must look at actual consciousness, as it really exists. Hegel also argues strongly against the epistemological emphasis of modern philosophy from Descartes through Kant, which he describes as having to first establish the nature and criteria of knowledge prior to actually knowing anything, because this would imply an infinite regress , a foundationalism that Hegel maintains is self-contradictory and impossible.

Rather, he maintains, we must examine actual knowing as it occurs in real knowledge processes. This is why Hegel uses the term " phenomenology ".Acceder Registro.

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On the day before the battle, Napoleon entered the city of Jena. One would expect that, when consciousness finds that its knowledge does not agree with its object, consciousness would adjust its knowledge to conform to its object.