This project sets out to study the philosophy of G. W. F. Hegel from his book “The Phenomenology of Spirit”. As a theme it takes the phenomenological method that Hegel’s practices in his work. The reading of the Hegel’s work will take two distinct interpretations of Hegel; one is the interpretation of Justus Hartnack and the other is the interpretation of Stephen Houlgate. These interpretations and the reading of the work of Hegel will consequently play a role in the understanding of Hegel’s method. The results are that the phenomenological method focuses on the immanent logic in the consciousness. The curse of its inquiry is to let consciousness itself be educated by its own criteria of truth. In that way a phenomenological investigation is necessary bound to the convention that its object has. By following its conviction the method will maintain its immanent logic.
|Educations||Basic - Bachelor Study Programme in Humanities, (Bachelor Programme) Basic|
|Publication date||22 May 2015|
|Supervisors||Esther Oluffa Pedersen|