Hegel Love

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Philosophy

 

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Richard P

 

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December 19, 2013

 

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303). This statement clearly defines the term "dead object", but fails to show which objects can be considered dead. The rest of the paragraph continues to use this term concisely, but it is in the later paragraphs where the flaws in the definition become apparent. For now, the rest of the paragraph continues to explain the relation between man and object, and Hegel concludes through reasoning that "each [subject and object, man and matter] is only relatively necessary; the one exists only for the other?" (pg...
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For now, the rest of the paragraph continues to explain the relation between man and object, and Hegel concludes through reasoning that "each [subject and object, man and matter] is only relatively necessary; the one exists only for the other?" (pg. 304). If this is the case, fate would play a role in the purpose of an individual...
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