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Idealistic Studies 36 (3):169-181 (2006)
While Hegel argues in the Phenomenology of Spirit’s chapter on “Absolute Knowing” that we must see the necessity of each of spirit’s transitions ifphenomenology is to be a science, he argues in its last three paragraphs that such a science must “sacrifice itself ” in order for spirit to express its freedom. Here Itrace out the implications of this self-sacrifice for readings of the transitions in the Phenomenology, playing particular attention to the roles that space and timeplay in absolute spirit’s externalization
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