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Gottfried Wilhelm Hegel is the author of the philosophical treatise: The Phenomenology of Mind. There is a brief description of his life supplied on the cover of many translations of this work. He is known to have lived about 60 years. He wrote despite on-going war in his region. He is known to have fathered an illegitimate son whom he helped to raise although he married a different woman altogether and also had children with his legal wife.

Hegel is currently held to be one of the greatest philosophical minds and best writers of all time. His work is rooted into history, and is not presumed to overstep the bounds of the time period in which it was produced. This means that his efforts were intended to take into account the progress for humanity that earlier philosophers had made and that he would doubtless bow...

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