Tag: Alienation


  • Studies on Marx and Hegel

    - Hyppolite, Jean. Studies on Marx and Hegel, tr. John O’Neill. New York, 1969
    Excerpt: The Phenomenology is the history of human consciousness in its progression to Absolute Knowledge. this history is much more a description than a construction of the experiences of consciousness. Moreover, by the term “experience” we must… More
  • Hegel: An Introduction to the Science of Wisdom

    - Rosen, Stanley. Hegel: An Introduction to the Science of Wisdom. New Haven, 1974.
    Excerpt: Stoic and Skeptic We have now arrived at the threshold of history in the proper sense: the war and work of self-consciousness. This is the history of the unhappiness or homelessness of the human spirit. The unhappiness, of course, is not unmitigated.… More
  • Hegel’s Phenomenology: The Sociality of Reason

    - Pinkard, Terry. Hegel’s Phenomenology: The Sociality of Reason, Cambridge, 1994.
    Excerpt: The Phenomenology‘s obscure style is notorious. One of the first books ever to be written in English on Hegel was James Stirling’s The Secret of Hegel. A reviewer commented that Stirling had succeeded in keeping the secret, and, for… More
  • Hegel on Self-Consciousness by Robert Pippin

    - Pippin, Robert. Hegel on Self-Consciousness: Desire and Death in the Phenomenology of Spirit, Princeton, 2010.
    Excerpt: You all at this moment know what you are doing – reading a book about Hegel, let us say – and as Elizabeth Anscombe among other made famous, you know it not by observation (the way you would know that someone else is reading something)… More