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By Quentin Lauer

ISBN-10: 0823213552

ISBN-13: 9780823213559

Quentin Lauer is among the top writers on Hegel. learn his different books too. specifically the "Essays in Hegelian Dialectic" between others.

Hegel is tough to appreciate before everything, Mr. Lauer makes the duty a piece more straightforward. even if extra introductory fabrics can be wanted for many readers sooner than this one is learn.

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Having seen that its own  < previous page < previous page page_137 page_138 next page > next page > Page 138 thinking can withdraw it from the domination of the master, it neglects the activity which would have both kept it in touch with reality and brought reality under its domination, the transformative activity of work. The Stoic's consciousness will not be authentically self-determining if his work is not, and this is to recognize that thinking is authentically self-determining only if it is creative.

Unaware that it is taking the preparatory steps toward taking over the task of supplying the determinate contents of its own thought, consciousness simply cancels out any determinateness coming from elsewhere. It is an important step; for the first time consciousness relates itself negatively to external reality, thus liberating itself from subjection to what is outside itself. As we saw earlier, both appetition and work were negative in relation to the givenness of external reality, the one geared to consuming, the other to transforming it; but they could not carry out the negation in a manner adequate to self-consciousness.

It is an important step; for the first time consciousness relates itself negatively to external reality, thus liberating itself from subjection to what is outside itself. As we saw earlier, both appetition and work were negative in relation to the givenness of external reality, the one geared to consuming, the other to transforming it; but they could not carry out the negation in a manner adequate to self-consciousness. Skeptical negation, on the other hand, is successful because it confines itself to thought; whatever distinctions consciousness finds among things are the distinctions it makes (p.

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