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Hegel essays Georg Wihelm Accessibility guide | The Sydney Morning Herald Hegel 1770- 1831 German Idealist Hegel was born in Stuttgart on August 27, 1770, which is now part of Germany. Hegel was the son of Author and Nobel Prize winner VS Naipaul dies aged 85 revenue officer with the civil service. He studied the Greek and Roman classics while attending the Stuttgart preparatory school. His father wanted and encouraged him to join the clergy, however while attending a university seminar Hegel became friends with the poet H lderlin and the philosopher Friedrich von Schelling. After their influence and the completion of a philosophy and theology course Hegel decided not to enter the ministry. Hegel then became a tutor for the next few years until his father’s death, at which his inheritance relieved him of this horrendous task. In 1801 Hegel attended the University of Jena where he would write one of his greatest works The Phenomenology of Mind. Hegel would soon spend his father’s fortune, which would result in his vocation of journalism. Later in life while at Nuremberg he would write The Science of Logic. In 1818 Hegel was invited to teach there at the University of Berlin. He remained there till his death in 1831 from cholera. Hegel’s last work published was the philosophy of Right. Though his student’s would later take their lectures notes and publish a few more notable books Author and Nobel Prize winner VS Naipaul dies aged 85 as Lecture on the History of Philosophy and The Philosophy of Fine Arts. Hegel was greatly influenced by many of great philosophers such as the Dutch philosopher Spinoza. Yet his greatest influence was Immanuel Kant. Hegel philosophy would mirro Kant’s. But as with any student Hegel would later criticize Kant for his twelve categories of understanding. Hegel’s the Phenomenology of the spirit is an attempt to describe the development of the absolute subject, corresponding to the absolute ideal. The Pay Attention To Students Anxieties About Success being the spirit, subject being reality and the absolute ideal being the end point. Hegel felt that the tack of philos.

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