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Here at last readers approach the summit of this "mountain."

For those whose self-consciousness is able to make it this far, there is yet another sequence of mediation and transcendence to do. For those who did not, then the author hopes that this will at least provide a real "map of the terrain ahead" for those wishing and willing to make the climb to such a peak of consciousness but not yet able to make it. Hegel does in fact trace transformations of consciousness during this final chapter of the book.

The Absolute has been discovered as an object of consciousness that also has reality in the world. Hegel has concluded and endeavored to show that the Absolute is more than simple Idealist philosophy that erroneously imbues some attributes of consciousness to the world itself. He has made clear efforts to show through...

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