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The Phenomenology of Mind - Study Guide Observation of self-consciousness & Observation of the relation of s.-c. to its immediate actuality. Physiognomy and Phrenology Summary & Analysis

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This chapter is devoted to Mind in relation to external reality. Hegel delineates the self-conscious process of mind in a new formula to emphasize a different aspect of it. He describes his perception of the mind-body connection through writing that there is mind's thinking in relation to reality, and mind's biotic relation to reality. The results of these movements of thought cause the formation of principles or laws. He then shows readers more about how these work, along with what naturally follows from this.

There are laws of thought. These are connected with logic. In Hegel's time, complex logic and its systematic relation to information technologies was unknown. However, some logic and complex...

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