0061397156 9780061397158 0061318310 9780061318313
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"This book of Hegalian selections by Professor Weiss is...very valuable. the passages incorporated are quite excellently chosen. Professor Weiss has included a long excerpt from the introductory chapters of the 'Encyclopaedia', which are Hegel's own, most successful attempt to introduce his system. He has also included some colorful sections from the 'Phenomenology', some weighty sections from the 'Science of Logic', as also the magnificently revealing paragraphs on the Absolute Idea at the end of 'Logic' in the 'Encyclopaedia'. There are also good excerpts from the 'Philosophy of Nature' and 'Philosophy of Right'. And since the translations are good, a great deal of the difficult self-revisionary thought of Hegel comes across, helped by Professor Weiss's own valuable comments." --Foreword.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction: the philosophy of Hegel Dialectic and human experience: the phenomenology of spirit Dialectic and the science of logic Toward a concrete metaphysics;rationalism, empiricism, critical philosophy, and the idea - Nature and spirit: self-estrangement and reconciliation Objective spirit: human conduct and philosophic truth Absolute spirit.