Analytischer Kommentar zu Hegels Phänomenologie des Geistes [Book Review]

The Owl of Minerva 17 (1):73-76 (1985)
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The subtitle of Scheier’s book tells its intent: to display the “architecture” of the structure of the Phenomenology. The book specifically intends to be more than merely an analytical commentary on Hegel’s first and probably most famous book. However, Scheier’s work may actually be used primarily as a commentary because the author hopes to illustrate throughout the whole Phenomenology a strict parallelism of all forms of appearing consciousness, even though the beginning of the chapter on consciousness suggests some doubt that such a parallelism can be maintained. The main title of Scheier’s book, not the subtitle, may therefore be a more adequate description of its content. The book is long but probably an indispensable tool for future study of the Phenomenology. The table of contents shows that the book adheres strictly to the Phenomenology; Scheier complements his work with footnotes at the end of the book, an outstanding bibliography and also a superb combined index of names and concepts.



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