The Phenomenology of the Spirit of Hegel in Dialogue with German Idealism: Absolute Knowledge as the Last Figure of the Spirit
Keywords:Hegel, Schelling, Kant, idealism, absolute, experience, conceptual knowledge, science
The two objectives of this text are: to offer a general exposition on the originality of the Phenomenology of the Spirit of Hegel in the trajectory of German Idealism, and to outline a more specific presentation on the role of the last chapter of this work, dedicated to “absolute knowledge”, in the argumentative strategy of that science of the experience of conscience. The meaning and role of the concept of Absolute in Hegel and its historical development is studied, especially from its difference with Schelling’s philosophy.
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