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- DescriptionHegel's classic Phemelogy of Spirit is considered by many to be the most difficult text in all of philosophical literature. In interpreting the work, scholars have often used the Phemelogy to justify the ideology that has tempered their approach to it, whether existential, ontological, or, particularly, Marxist. Werner Marx deftly avoids this trap of misinterpretation by rendering lucid the objectives that Hegel delineates in the Preface and Introduction and using these to examine the whole of the Phemelogy. Marx considers selected materials from Hegel's text in order both to clarify Hegel's own view of it and to set the stage for an examination of post-Hegelian philosophy. The primary focus of Marx's book is on the account. Hegel gives of the phemelogical journey from natural consciousness to philosophical wisdom (or absolute kwledge, as Hegel calls it). In showing that Hegel's many statements concerning consciousness 'finding itself' or 'kwing itself' in its world can be understood as discovering the rationality of the conditioning world, Marx offers a solution to several sets of interrelated problems that have troubled students of Hegel. His book contains valuable analyses of the relation between Hegel's thought and that of Descartes and Kant as well as that of Karl Marx, and it also sheds considerable light on the question of the internal unity or coherence of the Phemelogy.
- Author BiographyWerner Marx is professor emeritus and director of the Husserl-Archiv at the University of Freiburg. His Is There a Measure on Earth? is published by the University of Chicago Press.
- Author(s)Marx,Werner Marx
- PublisherThe University of Chicago Press
- Date of Publication01/09/1988
- Place of PublicationChicago, IL
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintUniversity of Chicago Press
- Content Notexxvi, 102 p.
- Weight226 g
- Width140 mm
- Height220 mm
- Spine13 mm
- Translated byP. Heath
- Edition StatementNew edition
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