G. W. F. Hegel
This person is the author of the philosophical treatise: The Phenomenology of Mind.
J. B. Baille
This person is the translator of this philosophical treatise.
This god of ancient Greece, during the era of Greek city-states, is mentioned late in the text during Hegel's discourse on religion.
This person was one of the most famous proponents of physiogny in England and Germany circa 1800.
When this person was on the throne of England, one of his public policies was to restrict knowledge or information regarding the science, or pseudo-science, of physiogny within England.
This person ruled Rome during a time when the Romans made great gains in terms of the creation and use of jurisprudence and written laws.
This man wrote a book which Hegel both read and used as a reference within the Phenomenology of Mind.
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