Philosophy of Mind : Translated from the Encyclopedia of the Philosophical Sciences with Five Introductory Essays by William Wallace
An easy-to-digest introduction the "science of the experience of consciousness" as the German Idealist philosopher GEORG WILHELM FRIEDRICH HEGEL (1770-1831) understood it, this condensed version of Hegel's The Phenomenology of Spirit--which the author created himself for his Encyclopedia of the Philosophical Sciences--explores Hegel's take on: - what mind is - consciousness and the intellect - the theoretical mind - memory, intuition, and imagination - the morality of conscience - moral life, or social ethics - and much more. This 1894 translation of the 1827-1830 German original, by Scottish philosopher and Oxford University professor WILLIAM WALLACE (1843-1897), remains a favorite of Hegel students, and is celebrated for its style and eloquence. This edition also features Wallace's five original introductory essays on the scope of a philosophy of mind, the aims and methods of psychology, the psychological aspects of ethics, psycho-genesis, and the role of ethics in politics.
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- W F Hegel Georg W F Hegel, Georg W F Hegel, William Wallace
- Paperback | 408 pages
- 127 x 203 x 23mm | 440g
- Publication date
- 30 Nov 2008
- COSIMO CLASSICS
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