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The Phenomenology of Mind Topics for Discussion

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Is family law divine law? Why or why not? Discuss the difference between Hegel's view and your own, thus clarifying both.

Do you think that consciousness can perform both of these functions: to observe itself and to also make accurate observations about the world? Defend your answer.

Do you find it difficult to understand Hegel, even in English translation? Why or why not?

What are the implications when the law of Family and the law of Government "fall into line" with one another? Is it possible to have a functional society that has this "familial" or "divine" rule at its base? Perhaps that is already what we have. Please discuss this.

What are some of the implications for people who face unquestionable conflict between the kind of governance that they find at home and that which they discover within public society? To which are they duty bound...

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