Introduction to Commenter of Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirits

Modern Philosophy 4:67-71 (2010)

What is the "Phenomenology of Mind"? Phenomenology of Spirit by Hegel's own words, called "empirical science of consciousness", is designed to talk about consciousness. Here, consciousness is the "experience" tend to come out the way, here's "experience" of "experience", meaning, that is, consciousness is the way this came to be, but we must not spirit simply as a phenomenological reality of the history of science, similar to the occurrence of human consciousness since ancient times learned the contrary, Hegel's Phenomenology of Mind, indeed, been used as a philosophy, it is the general study of consciousness itself hierarchical structure
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