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The Phenomenology of Mind Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Truth Which Conscious Certainty of Self Realizes Summary

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The Truth Which Conscious Certainty of Self Realizes Summary and Analysis

Here, Hegel proceeds to trace cornerstones of consciousness. Obviously, the reason for doing so is to assess how we are able to decipher the truth as humans. In order to progress into scientific knowledge and understanding it is necessary to 'begin at the beginning' as the saying goes. The beginning of this entire undertaking is consciousness and self-consciousness. One of the most challenging features of the project that Hegel has undertaken in writing this book is that it is necessary to be thorough which can make the going slower and the results far superior.

The author has organized the book well so that readers are moving along in an orderly manner. Such a vast subject makes it all too easy to do otherwise, but disorder in the mental movement through this...

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