By Quentin Lauer
Quentin Lauer is likely one of the most sensible writers on Hegel. learn his different books too. in particular the "Essays in Hegelian Dialectic" between others.
Hegel is hard to appreciate at the start, Mr. Lauer makes the duty a piece more straightforward. even supposing extra introductory fabrics will be wanted for many readers sooner than this one is learn.
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Extra resources for A Reading of Hegel's "Phenomenology of Spirit
It is, he says, a fundamental relationship, and it is a relationship of individuals, not to be confused with the general relationship of subjection to authority. 41 The point is that he sees the movement toward authentic self-consciousness beginning in a relationship of inequality between two individuals, where the recognition which self-consciousness demands is all one-sided: one 40 G. W. E Hegel, Schriften zur Politik und Rechtsphilosophie, ed. Georg Lasson, 2nd ed. (Leipzig: Meiner, 1923), pp.
Previous page < previous page page_134 page_135 next page > next page > Page 135 only by dominating another has been effectively eliminated from the developmental process; it is essentially stagnant. , free. 39 40 Freedom, however, is self-possession, and as one who is just about to emerge from being possessed by another, the slave is neither conscious of just what steps he must take nor quite ready to take the steps when their necessity is revealed to him. Instead he makes a series of attempts to assert his freedom, attempts which will prove to be inadequate precisely because they fall short of a concrete self-creation which alone can produce what is not given.
He is, moreover, enslaved in a situation from which, as master, he cannot be liberated. If, on the other hand, the truth of the master's self-consciousness is in the slave, it will ultimately be the slave who can come to consciousness of what it is to be self-conscious, to be a self. Then, "servitude too will indeed in its working out turn out to be the opposite of what it is immediately; as consciousness drawn back into itself it will enter into itself and transform itself into true independence" (p.
A Reading of Hegel's "Phenomenology of Spirit by Quentin Lauer