Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (Philosopher)

#43623 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

Not , not , not the consideration of expediency, notand conscientiousness, but an unquenchable, unhappy thirst that brooks no compromise leads us to . .

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#43625 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

is the universalof the spirit which has become free in itself and which is not tied down for its realization to external sensuous material; instead, it launches out exclusively in the innerand the innerof ideas and feelings. .

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#43626 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

Reading the morning newspaper is the realist's morning . One orients one's attitude toward theeither byor by what the world is. The former gives as much security as the latter, in that one knows how one stands. .

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#43627 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

Every philosophy is complete in itself and, like a genuine work of art, contains the totality. Just as the works of Apelles and Sophocles, if Raphael and Shakespeare had known them, should not have appeared to them as mere preliminary exercises for their own work, but rather as a kindred force of the spirit, so, too reason cannot find in its own earlier forms mere useful preliminary exercises for itself. .

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#43628 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

To be aware of limitations is already to be beyond them. .

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#43629 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

Philosophy is by its nature something esoteric, neither made for the mob nor capable of being prepared for the mob. .

Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel Quotes about nature
#43630 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

So mu .

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#43631 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

Das Schicksal des j .

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#43632 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

There are Plebes in all classes. .

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#43633 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

The Catholics had been in the position of oppressors, and the Protestants of the oppressed .

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#43634 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

, is a conscious, self-meditating process —emptied out into . .

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#43636 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

The task of conducting the individualfrom its unscientific standpoint to that of science had to be taken in its general sense; we had to contemplate the formative development (Bildung) of the universal [or general] individual, of self-conscious spirit. As to the relation between these two [the particular and general individual], every moment, as it gains concrete form and its own proper shape and appearance, finds a place in the life of the universal individual. The particular individual is incomplete mind, a concrete shape in whose existence, taken as a whole, one determinate characteristic predominates, while the others are found only in blurred outline. .

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#43639 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

Theof— the life which the mind apprehends and enjoys as it rises to the absoluteofthings — may be described as a play ofwith itself; but this idea sinks to an edifying truism, or even to a platitude, when it does not embrace in it the earnestness, the , the , and , involved in the negative aspect of things. .

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#43641 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

Theofis only as great as its expression; its depth only as deep as itsto expand and . .

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#43643 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

For the subject matter is not exhausted by any aim, but only by the way in which things are worked out in detail; nor is the result the actual whole, but only the result together with its becoming. The aim, taken by itself, is a lifeless generality; the tendency is a mere drift which still lacks actuality; and the naked result is the corpse which has left the tendency behind. .

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#43645 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

from the chalice of this realm of spirits foams forth for Him his own infinitude. .

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#43646 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

Das Wahre ist das Ganze. .

Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
#43647 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

Enzyklopaedie der philosophischen Wissenschaften (1816; 1830) .

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#43648 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

The significance of that 'absolute commandment', know thyself — whether we look at it in itself or under the historical circumstances of its first utterance — is not to promote mere self-knowledge in respect of the particular capacities, character, propensities, and foibles of the single self. The knowledge it commands means that of man's genuine reality — of what is essentially and ultimately true and real — of spirit as the true and essential being. .

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#43649 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

Each of the parts of philosophy is a philosophical whole, a circle rounded and complete in itself. In each of these parts, however, the philosophical Idea is found in a particular specificality or medium. The single circle, because it is a real totality, bursts through the limits imposed by its special medium, and gives rise to a wider circle. The whole of philosophy in this way resembles a circle of circles. The Idea appears in each single circle, but, at the same time, the whole Idea is constituted by the system of these peculiar phases, and each is a necessary member of the organisation. .

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#43650 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

Awithoutand awithoutare abstractions from the trueofand faith. The man whom philosophy leaves cold, and the man whom real faith does not illuminate, may be assured that the fault lies in them, not in knowledge and faith. The former is still an alien to philosophy, the latter an alien to faith. .

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#43651 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

The Philosophy of Nature takes up the material, prepared for it by physics out of experience, at the point to which physics has brought it, and again transforms it, without basing it ultimately on the authority of experience. Physics therefore must work into the hands of philosophy, so that the latter may translate into a true comprehension (Begriff) the abstract universal transmitted to it, showing how it issues from that comprehension as an intrinsically necessary whole. .

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#43652 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

It is because the method of physics does not satisfy the comprehension that we have to go on further. .

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#43653 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

Not only must philosophy be in agreement with our empirical knowledge of Nature, but the origin and formation of the Philosophy of Nature presupposes and is conditioned by empirical physics. However, the course of a science's origin and the preliminaries of its construction are one thing, while the science itself is another. In the latter, the former can no longer appear as the foundation of the science; here, the foundation must be the necessity of the Concept. .

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#43654 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

The heart is everywhere, and each part of the organism is only the specialized force of the heart itself. .

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#43655 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

The owl of Minerva first begins her flight with the onset of dusk. .

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#43656 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

Grundlinien der Philosophie des Rechts (1820) .

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#43657 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

Was vern .

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#43658 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

„Jede Vorstellung ist eine Verallgemeinerung, und diese geh .

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#43659 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

Die Eule der Minerva beginnt erst mit der einbrechenden D .

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#43660 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

The essence of the modern state is the union of the universal with the fullof the particular, and with the welfare of individuals. .

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#43661 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

To be independent of public opinion is the first formal condition of achieving anything great or rational whether in life or in science. Great achievement is assured, however, of subsequent recognition and grateful acceptance by public opinion, which in due course will make it one of its own prejudices .

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#43662 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

The person must give himself an external sphere of freedom in order to have being as Idea. .

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#43663 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

What the English call “comfortable” is something endless and inexhaustible. Every condition of comfort reveals in turn its discomfort, and these discoveries go on for ever. Hence the new want is not so much a want of those who have it directly, but is created by those who hope to make profit from it. .

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#43664 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

Theofis one science within ; indeed it is the final one. In that respect it presupposes the other philosophical disciplines and is therefore a result. .

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#43665 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

The beginning of religion, more precisely its content, is the concept of religion itself, thatis the absolute truth, the truth of all things, and subjectively that religion alone is the absolutely true knoweldge. .

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#43667 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

Spirit is knowledge; but in order that knowledge should exist; it is necessary that the content of that which it knows should have attained to this ideal form, and should in this way have been negated. What Spirit is must in that way have become its own, it must have described this circle; then these forms, differences, determinations finite qualities, must have existed in order that it should make them its own. This represents both the way and the goal-that Spirit should have attained to its own notion or conception, to that which it implicitly is, and in this way only, the way which has been indicated in its abstract moments, does it attain it. Revealed religion is manifested religion, because in it God has become wholly manifest. Here all is proportionate to the notion; there is no longer anything secret in God. .

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#43669 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

Also translated as Lectures on the Philosophy of World History; .

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#43670 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

What experience andteach is this — that nations and governments have never learned anything from history, or acted upon any lessons they might have drawn from it. .

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#43671 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

Amid the pressure of great events, a general principle gives no help. .

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#43672 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

To him who looks upon the world rationally, the world in its turn presents a rational aspect. The relation is mutual. .

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#43673 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

It is easier to discover a deficiency in individuals, in states, and in providence, than to see their real import or value. .

Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel Quotes about value
#43674 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

Life has a value only when it has something valuable as its object. .

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#43675 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

History is not the soil of happiness. The periods of happiness are blank pages in it. .

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#43676 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

Serious occupation is labor that has reference to some want. .

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#43677 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

History as the slaughter-bench .

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#43678 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

It is a matter of perfect indifference where a thing originated; the only question is: "Is it true in and for itself?" .

Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel Quotes about self
#43679 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

The Few assume to be the deputies, but they are often only the despoilers of the Many. .

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#43680 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

Abstraktionen in der Wirklichkeit geltend machen, hei .

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#43681 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

In history, we are concerned with what has been and what is; in philosophy, however, we are concerned not with what belongs exclusively to the past or to the future, but with that which is, both now and eternally — in short, with reason. .

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