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The Phenomenology of Mind Summary
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

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This is one of the greatest works of modern philosophy known in the Western or Occidental tradition of mankind. The author is a German. Gottfried Wilhelm Hegel is touted as one of the most brilliant minds of his time. His reputation was effectively established during his lifetime. The extent to which this has occurred during the history of philosophy is not entirely clear. Some became famous while living, others posthumously and in other cases, such as Nietzche, there is a myth that he only became famous after his death, but he was well known during his lifetime as a great thinker. Hegel lived his life in Germany. He did have one child out of wedlock, but was respectful and responsible towards both the mother and his son. He did also marry and have children with another woman.

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