Objects & Places from The Phenomenology of Mind

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The Statue - Hegel discusses this object in relation to the emergence of the divine consciousness and the religion of art late in the book.

The University of Leeds - This is the place in England where the translator wrote the letter that appears at the very beginning of the Baille translation of The Phenomenology of Mind.

Critical Journal of Philosophy - This is the publication in which some of Hegel's work first appeared within the field.

Jena - This is the name of a town in German territory where Napoleon went to battle with a Prussian General. It was a location near enough to Hegel to cause him some concern.

History of Philosophy - This is the English version of the title of another work of philosophy by Hegel. In it he expresses more than history but rather his philosophy of history.

Cranioscopy - This is...

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