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Filenote: This identify is the remark to the identify Hegel's Philosophy of Mind which i will not locate proof it's been ebookized (yet). This name starts off at web page 279 and ends with index on web page 680. So perhaps the 2 titles are fairly like 1 e-book. uncertain.
Publish yr note: First released in 2007
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Michael Inwood, an eminent student of German philosophy, provides an entire and unique new remark on a vintage paintings of the 19th century.

Philosophy of Mind is the 3rd a part of Hegel's Encyclopaedia of the Philosophical Sciences, during which he summarizes his philosophical approach. it truly is one of many major pillars of his concept. Inwood supplies the transparent and cautious counsel wanted for an realizing of this hard paintings.

In his editorial advent he deals a philosophically refined review of Hegel's rules which incorporates a survey of the complete of his idea and designated research of the terminology he used.

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285 essence of mind and a psychology dealing only with its appearance are both deficient. This is why Hegel excludes the ‘understanding of human nature’ of §377. Speculative philosophy cannot simply take things over from Vorstellung, ‘representation’, here empirical observation. It must in some way or other derive them from the concept of mind. The same objection is raised below against the empirical psychology of §378. Rational psychology regards the mind as a static ‘thing’ rather than ‘pure activity’.

12. The ‘harmonious interconnexion’ (harmonische Zusammenhang) is something that the empirical psychologist expects each mind to achieve for itself, not something that the psychologist hopes to achieve in his own theory. In this respect it is analogous to the ‘perfection’ that followers of Leibniz, in particular Wolff, urged us to strive for. If the mind were simply a bundle of independent forces, it could never achieve such integration. In Hegel’s view, by contrast, the mind has an ‘original unity’, the ‘concept of mind’ itself, and this particularizes itself in a ‘necessary and rational’ way, not into a bundle of forces, but into a rationally articulated structure.

How does it differ from philosophy? Earlier (cf. §381, nn. 16, 17) Hegel’s answer was that the other is overcome only ‘externally’. Now the answer is that finite mind is ‘one-sided’: the Idea apprehends itself in the form either of subjectivity (concept) or of objectivity (actuality), but not both together. ). The former absorbs external objects into the mind, while the latter projects the mind or the will into the external world: cf. §443, n. 3. Hegel’s point would then be that absolute mind gives equal weight to these two ‘moments’ or aspects: it combines theory and practice, proceeding both from world to mind and from mind to world.

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