Hegel's lectures on absolute spirit, Volumes 1-3
Translated from the enlarged, and very much altered German edition, this text is based on lectures Hegel gave. They cover Hegel's interpretation of Christianity and trace the refinements of his treatment of the concept of religion, Judaism, the Oriental religions, the Trinity, and other topics.
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First Period Third Division
A The Philosophy of Plato
B The Philosophy of Aristotle
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abrogated absolute absolute substance abstract according activity actuality appears Arcesilaus Aristotelian Aristotle Aristotle's assert atoms beautiful body Carneades certainly Cicero comprehended concrete consciousness constitutes contained contradiction criterion Cyrenaics determination dialectic Dialogues Diog Diogenes Laertius divine element Ennead Epicurean Epicurus essence everything existence expressed external fact finite further hand harmony hence Heraclitus Idea ideal identity immediate implicit individual knowledge Laert likewise logic manner matter means merely mind mode moments moral movement nature necessity negative Neo-Platonic Neo-Platonists non-being Notion object opposite ordinary conception Parmenides particular pass Philo Plat Plato Platonic philosophy Plotinus point of view possess potentiality present principle Proclus pure Pyrrh rational reality reason regard relation remains Scepticism self-consciousness sense sense-perception Sext Sextus Sextus Empiricus Socrates soul speak speculative spirit Stoicism Stoics substance supra teleology things thinking thought tion trope true truth understanding unity universal virtue whole