Heidegger's Reading of Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit

Modern Philosophy 3:26-31 (2007)

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The article is Heidegger's Hegel "Phenomenology of Mind," a brief interpretation of the work. The article first briefly Heidegger's interpretation of "Phenomenology of Mind," the literature of their three attempts; followed by analysis of Heidegger's "Phenomenology of Mind" in efforts to interpret the study had three main points, these three main points are from the "Phenomenology of Mind," a book to change the starting and derived the title of the major issues; Finally, the article suggests three possible directions for further interpretation. This is an introduction to Heidegger's reading of Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit. Heidegger's three efforts and the related texts of interpreting Phenomenology of Spirit have been discussed at first. Then comes the analysis of the three main points of Heidegger's reading work, which begins with the investigation of the subtle changes in the title of Phenomenology of Spirit. At last, three possible directions of further reading have been provided
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