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The Phenomenology of Mind - Study Guide Reason as Lawgiver Summary & Analysis

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At this juncture Hegel brings up the whole matter of laws once again. This time however he is predominantly embracing societal regulations as well as those forms of law that he discusses earlier in this work as being the relation between inner and outer as expressed through actions and events in the world.

This section is actually quite brief. The tone of the book remains consistent. Hegel is espousing what is meant to be theory only inasmuch as theory is truth. That is, this entire venture for him is about getting at the truth and expressing it to mankind. The very nature of life, he assures readers, makes philosophy a necessary and valuable means to seek the truth and knowledge of it. Philosophy, he has explained, is the "father" of science. This postulate has rendered itself apparently true during the centuries...

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