Hegel and the Relation of Master and Servant

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Philosophy

 

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David F

 

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January 1, 2013

 

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University

 

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It sets up the realization of the self conscious through the recognition of and by another, through mutual recognition. The relation between the self and the otherness is necessary to define human awareness and more importantly desire. This desire is part of the primordial human experience. The problem is that, the consciousness responds to the otherness as a threat whereas truly it is not...
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This desire is part of the primordial human experience. The problem is that, the consciousness responds to the otherness as a threat whereas truly it is not. If the otherness is destroyed, then essentially the consciousness is destroying itself. So the original consciousness "decides" to overcome the challenge of the otherness by absorbing it into itself, causing a battle for recognition between the now two consciousnesses...
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