Many people regard Hegel's work as obscure and extremely difficult, yet his importance and influence are universally acknowledged. Professor Singer eliminates any excuse for remaining ignorant of the outlines of Hegel's philosophy by providing a broad discussion of his ideas and an account of his major works.
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Hegels times and life
History with a purpose
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A. V. Miller absolute idea absolute knowledge abstract achieve aesthetic basis Christianity concept of freedom conscience Critique customary morality desires despot duty essential ethics existence external object form of consciousness French Revolution Geist genuine knowledge German Greek harmony Hegel believes Hegel describes Hegel regards Hegel says Hegel's conception Hegel's ideas Hegel's philosophy Hegel's thought Hegel's view idea of freedom idealism independent individual Jena Kant Kant's Karl Marx know reality Lectures liberal living Marx means ment modern natural world needs Oxford pantheism Persian Empire person Peter Singer Phenomenology of Mind philos Philosophy of History Philosophy of Right political principle Prussian pure radical economists rationally organised reader reason recognise references Reformation religion scepticism Schelling Schiller Science of Logic self-consciousness sense sense-certainty simply slave social society Socrates spiritual Stoicism thing thing-in-itself truth ultimate reality understand unhappy consciousness universal Walter Kaufmann words world history Young Hegelians