This exceptional manual of philosophy contains the precise method by which Hegelian examination of mind takes place. In Hegelianist philosophy, the tion of the mind commences with a consideration of the subjective (i.e. individual) mind. After some contemplation however, it is realised that this 'individual' sort of mind is but the initial stage of the process - the so-called 'in-itself stage'. The stage which follows this is that of the objective mind - it is this type of mind that finds itself object of law, morals and government. This frames the condition of the mind when it is out-of-itself. The final stage of the Hegelianist posit upon the mind is that of the 'absolute mind'. At this point, the mind ascends above the constraints of the natural world and of mankind's institutions and laws. It is at this high stage that concepts of art, faith and philosophy have been birthed. The concept of free thinking is here encountered: that the mind may only be truly free and capable of itself when having separated from the worldly restrictions of everyday life - this 'otherness' is but binding upon the mind's true capacities and power. This inexpensive yet high quality paperback edition of Hegel's Philosophy of Mind is designed to assist students and scholars who wish to gain insight into Hegel and his philosophy with little expense.