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The Phenomenology of Mind - Study Guide Religion in the Form of Art: The Abstract, The Living, The Spiritual Work of Art Summary & Analysis

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This begins when the artificer has transformed into a purposive self-conscious artisan. Hegel does not disclose matters relating to the difference between tool making and the creation of intentional art, but focuses upon the work of art. What both processes have entirely in common is that once this involves focused creation then the creator has become what Hegel calls a spiritual workman.

Hegel states that the spirit which creates this artwork is the same as that of a free country. Readers need to bear in mind that Hegel's nation was at war. Not only this, but democracy and a German state rather than principalities was political blasphemy within the country, but not entirely unheard of. As such...

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