|Abstract||The turn to the subject, heralded by Kant as the transcendental turn has influenced subsequent modes of philosophizing. For Hegel, this turn has meant a shift from substance to subject. A shift from talk about substance or soul to talk about subject has brought about a new perspective in the approach to thinking about person. So instead of speaking about a soul, its acts and its objects, we speak about a subject and its conscious acts.|
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