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"This rather small ebook needs to take its position because the top introductory research of Hegel's Phenomenology available." -- Philosophy and Phenomenological Research"Westphal's booklet is a finished consultant to the argument of the total phenomenology.... will pay off shut research by means of critical undergraduate and graduate scholars of philosophy." -- ChoiceThis specified interpretation of Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit seeks to teach that the solidarity of this vintage paintings should be present in the integration of its transcendental and sociological-historical topics.

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Différance," Margins of Philosophy, trans. Alan Bass (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1982), p. 22. 16. See Derrida's essay, "From Restricted to General Economy: A Hegelianism without Reserve," Writing and Difference, trans. Alan Bass (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1978). Page xvii Introduction This essay represents my attempt to write the book I looked for in vain during my own first encounter with the Phenomenology of Spirit. I felt the need for something more detailed and comprehensive than the chapter or two which so many good books on Hegel devote to this aspect of his work, and less overwhelming both in size and complexity than the two great French commentaries of Hyppolite and Kojève.

I am also grateful to Yale University for the Morse Fellowship which permitted me to do some of my research in Heidelberg among some of Germany's most distinguished Hegel scholars. Page xxi Guide to Footnotes A typical reference to the Phenomenology will be: PhG, x/y/z. x = pagination of the first edition, also available in the Ullstein edition and to be included in the new critical edition in GW (see below). y = pagination in Hoffmeister's 1952 edition, the handiest German text. z = pagination in the Baillie translation.

I am also grateful to Yale University for the Morse Fellowship which permitted me to do some of my research in Heidelberg among some of Germany's most distinguished Hegel scholars. Page xxi Guide to Footnotes A typical reference to the Phenomenology will be: PhG, x/y/z. x = pagination of the first edition, also available in the Ullstein edition and to be included in the new critical edition in GW (see below). y = pagination in Hoffmeister's 1952 edition, the handiest German text. z = pagination in the Baillie translation.

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