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10359093 No.10359093 [Reply] [Original]

Just ordered the text.

What am I in for?

>> No.10359112

Hegel's Phenomenology of the spirit

>> No.10359172

>>10359093
Spending 200 hours, reading 591 pages.

>> No.10359190

>>10359172
about my usual rate

>> No.10359199
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Like trying to jump into a viscous abyss. It can be fun though, he uses his own words to denote his own concepts so you're kind of in a unique abstract world where everything inverts and splits and reconnects. Sorcery desu

>> No.10359207

>>10359093
it's basically theology in rabulistic disguise
or as Schopenhauer put it "A flat-headed, insipid, nauseating, illiterate charlatan."

>> No.10359221

>>10359199
Just learn serious maths desu

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>>10359207
You should really just form your own opinions
>implying theology in rabulistic disguise a bad thing
Did you skip Aquinas and Hinduism to?
>>10359221
The point isn't to learn about the structure of reality as we can actually understand it, but to learn about Hegel's own world. It's an art form, a fundamental part of humanities and linked closely to religion; plus Hegel published lectures analyzing art and history from his own lens, and influenced all the later philosophers worth reading. If you critique Hegel like this then you must do the same to Plato or Buddhism, but that'd be fucking stupid wouldn't it?

>> No.10359688

>>10359093
Being totally redpilled!

>> No.10359785

>>10359207
Schopys philosophy wasn't all that different from Hegels, except for the part where he couldn't into Parmenides (which is pretty ironic considering he was a huge Plato-fag)

>> No.10360245

>>10359785
Schopenhauer was bitter that he didn't receive much recognition for much of his life which I think motivated some of his peppered critiques of some of his contemporaries (speaking of the random angry attacks that pop up in his work, not his longer actual critiques)

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