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Études sur Marx et HegelOating man but I will Imagine you wake up in space wrapped In Plastic So That plastic so that eel see hear nothing you are in space and another name or space IS NOTHING WILL YOU HAVE A nothing Will you have a of self Descartes who is mentioned in this book in contrast to Hegel would definitely say there would be a self after all Descartes cogito starts with assuming away the world to get at the certainty of the self Avicenna would think the loating man would know their self since we must have a soul Hegel would think there would be no self because or Hegel one must have another in order be no self because or Hegel one must have another in order have a self There is no slave without a master A narcissist cannot experience love of another because he must HAPPY คนพลิกแบรนด์ แบรนด์พลิกคน first see beyond himself by negating himself in order to love another just think of a self centered narcissistic Presidentor an example a president who would advocate torture because the sense of suffering What the Buddha Taught for another would have no meaningor one who is not aware of the others as another How can white evangelical Christians vote at an 80% rate Mystic Mandrake for someone who clearly lacks empathy of the other but I do acknowledge the 20% who don t invert Christianity I really enjoyed this little book because it gave incredibly great insights into Hegel and Marx The redundancy in these essays makes this book incredibly easy toollow and make this book readable by those who have not read a lot of Hegel or Marx I stumbled across this book in a used book store and never would have discovered it else wise. OsophyPart 4 The Problem of the Relation Between Truth ExistenceBibliographyInd. ,
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that statement with a reference Husserl and Heidegger Heidegger inverts Husserl s bracketing of the world to get his being in the world The author knows these connections but takes the discussion elsewhere or the most part There s a reason why Marxist such as Lebevre in Critiue of Everyday Life appealed to Heidegger and the book s title Everyday Life obviously comes rom Heidegger s chapter heading in Being and Time Alienation the Other the negation of the negation the obviously comes London A Travel Guide Through Time from Heidegger s chapter heading in Being and Time Alienation the Other the negation of the negation the itself andor itself consciousness self consciousness self awareness and Being are all Never Enough familiar topics within Phenomenology of Mind and are part of Marxist dogma one way or another Hyppolite shows how Marx tweaks the concepts and makes them his ownor his own purpose and theory For example Hegel will say the other alienates us The Story of Car Engineer Soichiro Honda from ourselves thus giving us ourselves Marx will say that work alienates usrom ourselves through the capitalistic system and removes us Intgrale Lgendes du Monde merg from our true natures which will be discovered through the inevitable proletariat revolution to come Hegelian thought says what is inside us is certain what is outside of us is truth Hyppolite shows how Hegel connects the certain with the truth and in the process will dialectally merge the transcendent with the immanent Marx will make his dogma objective science and nonalsifiable thus a pseudo science Hyppolite doesn t mention Avicenna s l. Fe Experience in HegelPart 2 The Concept of History in HegelPart 3 Marxism Phil. ,

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This book was read or the class Hegel on Religion and History taught by the visiting French Swiss professor Henri Mottu at Union Theological Seminary in New York during the second semester of 197677 Great commentary indeed This book will say Hegel s starting premise is that history is the struggle by man over life and death Marx s starting premise is history is the exploitation of man by man They start with different premises but come to Similar Conclusions But One In Term Of conclusions but one in term of the other in term of social classes Hegel s self awareness ends with the self awareness of the consciousness of the spirit that which becomes aware of itself of the nation by the negating the self through the other Marx derives truth through social classes This book connects Marx to Hegel in a series of essays The author provides a different perspective rom the one I m used to on Hegel by reflecting him through the lens of Marx The author will even say in a couple of the essays in order to understand Das Kapital one must of the essays in order to understand Das Kapital one must Hegel and especially his Philosophy of Right Philosophy of History and Phenomenology of Mind He ll actually say that in three or our different places in the book That s why I say the book is really a series of essays and not a book since the author has a lot of repetitions between chapters that one would not expect rom a book Hegel wants to understand the world worlding and Marx wants to change the world and its worlding The author points out. Preface to the English EditionIntroduction John O'NeillPart 1 The Concept of Li.