Aufklärung 1 (2):79-104 (2014)

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This paper intends to argue in the sense that there is a logical structure in recognition developed in the Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit. To achieve this goal, the text will define the semantics of recognition, structuring the Phenomenology of Spirit, its logical framework and will defend that in Hegel the 'We' has priority about the 'I'
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