Written: by Hegel as notes for his lectures, 1808-1811;
Translated: partially by W. T. Harris in 1860 and published in the Journal of Speculative Philosophy, revised by A.V. Miller, edited by Michael George and Andrew Vincent and published by Basil Blackwell in 1986;
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Hegel was editor of the Bamberger Zeitung from March 1807 to 1808, during which time “The Phenomenology of Spirit” was published. From November 1808 until 1815, Hegel was Rector of the Gymnasium in Nuremberg. In 1812, the first volume of the “Science of Logic” was published.
First Part. Science of Law
Chapter 1. Law
Chapter 2. Political Society
Second Part. Science of Duties or Morals
Duties to Himself
Duties to the Family
Duties to the State
Duties toward Others
Third Part. The Science of Religion
First Stage. Consciousness in General
Second Stage. Self-Consciousness
The Relation of Master and Slave
Universality of Self-Consciousness
Third Stage. Reason
First Section. Being
Second Section. Essence
Remark on the Antimonies
Third Section. The Notion.
First Part. Doctrine of the Notion (See Shorter Logic for this)
First Section. The Notion
Second Section. The Realisation of the Notion
Third Section. The Idea.
Second Part. Philosophical Encyclopaedia
First Section. Logic. (See Shorter Logic for this)
Second Section. Science of Nature. (See Philosophy of Nature for this)
Third Section. Science of Spirit. (See Philosophy of Spirit for this)
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