As an introduction to his own notoriously complex and challenging philosophy, Hegel recommended the sections on phenomenology and psychology fromThe Philosophy of Spirit, the third part of hisEncyclopaedia of the Philosophic Sciences. These offered the best introduction to his philosophic system, whose main parts are Logic, Nature, and Sprit.
Hegel's Introduction to the Systemfinally makes it possible for the modern reader to approach the philosopher's work as he himself suggested. The book includes a fresh translation of "Phenomenology" and "Psychology," an extensive section-by-section commentary, and a sketch of the system to which this work is an introduction. The book provides a lucid and elegant analysis that will be of use to both new and seasoned readers of Hegel.
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