Readers: Lutz Hansen, Martin Grimsmann, K. Corcilius and C.-H. Jeong Language: German Sound sample 1 (8 min., in German, , 8 MB) Sound sample 2 (10 min., in German, , 10 MB)

Phenomenology of the mind (full version) 28:40 hours, in German, Euro 49,-

From phenomenology: The preface, the introduction and the sensual certainty 210 min., in German, Euro 17,-

Introduction to the science of logic: The (Great) Logic 180 min., in German, Euro 17,-

Introduction to the philosophy of nature 120 min Euro 12,-

Introduction to the philosophy of mind 110 min Euro 12,-

Lecture on the Philosophy of Law 10 hours, in German, Euro 23,-

Reason in history: Introduction to the philosophy of history 347 Min Euro 19,-

From the philosophy of history: The Orient 6 hours, in German, Euro 19,-

From the philosophy of history: The Roman World 190 Min Euro 17,-

From the philosophy of history: The Greek World 167 Min Euro 17,-

Introduction of the lecture on aesthetics: The Philosophy of Art 6 hours, in German, Euro 19,-

From the aesthetics: Honour, love, loyalty or knighthood 80 min Euro 10,-

From the aesthetics: tragedy, comedy, drama 150 min., in German, Euro 12,-

Introduction to Philosophy of Religion 4 hours, in German, Euro 17,-

Introduction to the history of philosophy 6 hours, in German, Euro 19,-

Encyclopedia of Philosophical Sciences I-III (Logic, philosophy of nature and philosophy of mind) 10 hours, in German, Euro 19,-

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[G.W.F. Hegel’s Phenomenology of the Mind from 1807 (full version) Edited and read by Martin Grimsmann and Lutz Hansen

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Phenomenology" is one of the most important works of philosophy. Hegel published it in 1807 as the introductory part of his overall concept, a methodologically coherent “system of science”, which he extended until his death in 1830.

In a way that is still unique today, the “Phenomenology” the necessary progressive reciprocal relationship of the forms of our consciousness with its object contents. Our knowledge develops here before our mental eye from its simplest level to its highest appearance.

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From G.W.F. Hegel’s Phenomenology of the Spirit from 1807: The Preface, the Introduction and the Sensual Certainty Edited and read by Martin Grimsmann and Lutz Hansen

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Preface: 1 The purpose of the preface 2 Truth is only as a scientific system 3 Transition to a new period of the spirit 4 The substance is to be understood as a subject in the same way 5 The principle is only the beginning of philosophy 6 Task to lead the individual to knowledge 7 The known is not the known 8 The true and the false. From mathematical recognition 9 The method is the construction of the whole 10 Reason, reason and speculation 11 Speculative rate examples 12 Genius and common sense

discharge: Recognition as a tool or medium. The fear of truth Provisions of knowledge and truth

A. Consciousness, I. The sensual certainty: a. This; immediate object b. Mine; direct I c. Whole sensual certainty; direct relationship

Hegel’s self-disclosure of phenomenology

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G.W.F. Hegel Introduction to the logic of 1812 Edited and read by Martin Grimsmann and Lutz Hansen

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Content: Preface to the first issue - Metaphysics and Logic new concept of scientific treatment - phenomenology and logic Preface to the second edition - Thought forms and language - scientific and natural thinking Introduction - general concept of logic - previous concept - true Viewpoint - Method - Study of logic Classification of logic into being, essence, concept - The doctrine of being - The beginning of science ? Classification of being in quality, quantity, measure - Classification of Quality in Being, Existence, Being Forward Being - Nothing - Becoming (Unity of Being and Nothing; emergence/ passing)

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G.W.F. Hegel: Introduction to the philosophy of nature from the Encyclopaedia of Philosophical Sciences (1830) §§ 245-252 with the notes and additions. Edited and read by Martin Grimsmann and Lutz Hansen

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Content: Approaches to nature: - practical relationship (§ 245) - theoretical consideration (§ 246) concept of nature - otherness of the idea (§ 247) - necessity and Randomness instead of freedom (§ 248) System of stages (§ 249) - contradiction of necessity and randomness (§ 250) from the dead to the living to the spirit (§ 251) - classification (§ 252)

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G.W.F. Hegel Introduction to the philosophy of mind §§ 377-386 of the Encyclopedia of Philosophical Sciences (1830) with the notes and additions. Edited and read by Martin Grimsmann and Lutz Hansen

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Content: Perspectives of the mind § 377 self-knowledge § 378 rational and empirical psychology § 379 speculative psychology 380 difficulty of speculative psychology Psychology Concept of the spirit § 381 Position of the mind on nature and logic Concept of the mind § Section 382 freedom Section 383 disclosure Section 384 three forms of disclosure Classification (§ 385,386)

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G.W.F. Hegel: Lecture on the philosophy of law (1819/20) Edited and read by Martin Grimsmann and Lutz Hansen

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Content: Introduction - Overview of science 1. the abstract law 1.1 Ownership 1.2 The Treaty 1.3 The injustice 2. morality 2.1 The act and the intention 2.2 The good and the intention 2.3 The good and the conscience 3. morality 3.1 The family 3.1.1 The marriage 3.1.2 Ownership of the family 3.1.3 Dissolution of the family 3.2 Civil society 3.2.1 The system of needs 3.2.2 The administration of justice 3.2.3 The police (administration) 3.3 The State 3.3.1 Internal constitutional law 3.3.1.1 The princely power 3.3.1.2 Governance 3.3.1.3 The legislative power 3.3.1.4 The public 3.2 The external constitutional law 3.3 The history of the world

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G.W.F. Hegel Reason in history Introduction to the philosophy of world history

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Content: A. Treatment types in history B. Definition of the Spirit in World History C. The course of world history Geographical basis of world history Classification

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G.W.F. Hegel: From the lectures on the philosophy of history: The Orient Edited and read by Martin Grimsmann and Lutz Hansen

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Content: China - India - Buddhism - Persia - Zendvolk - Assyrians - Babylonians - Medes - Syria - Judea - Egypt

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G.W.F. Hegel: From the lectures on the philosophy of history The Roman World Edited and read by Lutz Hansen

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Content: First section. Chapter One: The Elements of the Roman Spirit 1. difference to the Greek world 2. a robber state 3. hard morals 4. religion of expediency 5. festivals and games. Chapter Two: The History of Rome up to the Second Punic War 6. the first kings 7. patricians and plebeians 8th conquest of Italy. Second phase: Rome from the second Punic Wars to the Empire 9. rise to world power 10th Caesar. Third section. First chapter: Rome in the imperial period 11. emperor and private citizen. Chapter Two: Christianity 12th birthplace of Christianity 13. the importance of Judaism 14. idea of the unity of God and man 15 "Blessed are the pure in heart 16. the dogma of the Trinity 17 The church becomes powerful. Chapter Three: The Byzantine Empire 18th Western Rome and the Byzantine Empire 19th Decline of the Byzantine Empire

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G.W.F. Hegel: From the lectures on the philosophy of history The Greek World Edited and read by Lutz Hansen

MP3-CD 167 min., in German, 17,- Euro

The Greek world: 01 The Youngling Age of History Section One: The Elements of the Greek Spirit 02 The foreign in itself 03 Mixing with foreign peoples 04 Princes as heroes 05 The Trojan War 06 Greek colonies 07 The sense in the sensual 08 The beautiful individuality Second section: The designs of beautiful individuality First chapter: The subjective work of art 09 The human body as an organ of the spiritual Chapter Two: The Objective Work of Art 10 Transforming the forces of nature into individual gods 11 Randomness of the Greek gods 12 Humanisation of the gods Chapter Three: The Political Artwork 13 Democracy 14 oracles, slaves, city states 15 The wars with the Persians 16 Athens 17 Sparta 18 Short flower of Greek morality 19 The Peloponnesian War 20 The ruin of the Greek world 21 The principle of Socrates 22 The Macedonian Empire Third section 23 The decline of the Greek spirit

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G.W.F. Hegel: Introduction of the lecture of aesthetics Introduction to the philosophy of art Edited and read by Martin Grimsmann and Lutz Hansen

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Content: I. Limitation of Aesthetics and Refutation of Some Objections to the Philosophy of Art II. Scientific treatments of beauty and art 1. art history and art theory 2. plato’s idea of the beautiful 3. the philosophical concept of beauty III Concept of artistic beauty Ordinary ideas about art 1. the work of art as a product of human activity 2. the work of art as being taken from the sensual for the human sense 3. a) Imitation of nature 3. b) Representation of the human interior 3. c) Substantial purpose of art Historical deduction of the true concept of art 1. the Kant Philosophy 2nd Schiller, Winckelmann, Schelling 3. the irony Classification of art Position of art in relation to finite reality and to religion and philosophy

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G.W.F. Hegel: Honour, love, loyalty or: the knighthood from the lecture on aesthetics. Edited and read by Klaus Corcilius, Martin Grimsmann and Lutz Hansen

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Content: Concept of Art - Classification of art, its forms and the romantic (short version) 1. honour a. Concept of honour b. Vulnerability of honour c. Restoration of honour 2. love a. Concept of love b. Collisions of love c. Randomness of love 3. fidelity a. Loyalty b. Independence in fidelity c. Collisions of fidelity

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G.W.F. Hegel Tragedy, Comedy, Drama from the lecture on aesthetics. Edited and read by Martin Grimsmann and Lutz Hansen

MP3-CD 150 min., in German, 12,- Euro

Content: The types of dramatic poetry and their main historical moments a. The principle of tragedy, comedy and drama b. The difference between ancient and modern dramatic poetry c. The concrete development of dramatic poetry and its forms a) Greeks aa) Tragedy bb) Comedy b) modern world aa) tragedy bb) drama cc) comedy

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G.W.F. Hegel: Introduction of the Lecture on the Philosophy of Religion Edited and read by Martin Grimsmann and Lutz Hansen and Klaus Corcilius

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Content: A. The relation of philosophy of religion to its premises and to principles of time I. The Dividing of Religion with the Free, Secular Consciousness II The position of philosophy of religion in relation to philosophy and religion III The relation of the philosophy of religion to the temporal principles of relative consciousness B. Preliminary questions C. Classification I. General concept of religion II The judgment or the religion in question III The Revealed Religion Beginning of the Concept of Religion: From God

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G.W.F. Hegel: Introduction to the Lectures on the History of Philosophy Edited and read by Martin Grimsmann and Lutz Hansen

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Content: A. Determining the History of Philosophy 1. common ideas about the history of philosophy a. The history of philosophy as a store of opinions b. Proof of the nullity of philosophical knowledge through the history of philosophy itself c. Explanations about the diversity of philosophies 2. explanations for the definition of the history of philosophy a. The concept of development b. The concept of the concrete c. Recognition of the development of the concrete 3. a. Temporal development of the manifold philosophies b. Application to the treatment of the history of philosophy c. Closer comparison of the history of philosophy with philosophy itself B. Relationship of philosophy to other fields 1. the historical side of this connection a. External, historical condition for philosophising b. Historical occurrence of an intellectual need to philosophize c. Philosophy as the thought of its time 2. separation of philosophy from related fields a. Relationship of philosophy to scientific education b. Relationship of philosophy to religion c. Separation of philosophy from popular philosophy 3. the beginning of philosophy and its history a. The freedom of thought as a condition of the beginning b. Separation of the Orient and its philosophy c. The beginning of philosophy in Greece C. Classification, sources, method of treatment

G.W.F. Hegel: Encyclopedia of Philosophical Sciences (1830) §§ 1 to 577 Edited and read by M.Grimsmann, L.Hansen, K.Corcilius and C.-H.Jeong

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Encyclopaedia I : - Introduction to the system of science logic: Preliminary term - metaphysics. - Empiricism. - Critical Philosophy. - The immediate knowledge. More detailed concept and classification of logic. The theory of being. - Quality. - Quantity. - The measure. The doctrine of being. - The reason of existence. - The appearance. - The reality. The doctrine of the concept. - The subjective concept. - Concept as such - The judgment. - The conclusion. The object. - The mechanism. - The chemism - teleology. The idea - Life. - Recognition. - The absolute idea.

Encyclopaedia II: The Philosophy of Nature: Introduction - Mechanics. - Space and Time. - Space. - Time. - The place and the movement. Matter and movement. - The inert matter. - The impact. - The Fall. - Absolute mechanics. The physics. - The free physical bodies. - The Elements. - The elementary process. The specific gravity. - cohesion. - The sound. - The warmth. The form. - The specificity of the individual body. - The chemical process. Organic physics. - The geological nature. - The vegetable nature. The animal organism. - The figure. - The Assimilation. - The process of genesis. The genus and the species. - The sex ratio. - The disease of the individual. - The death

Encyclopaedia III: The Philosophy of the Mind : Concept of the mind 1. the subjective mind A. Anthropology - a. The natural soul - b. The sentient soul - c. The Real Soul B. Phenomenology - a. Consciousness - b. Self-consciousness - c. Reason C. Psychology - a. The theoretical mind - b. The practical mind - c. The free spirit 2. the objective spirit A. The right - a. Property - b. Contract - c. The right against the Injustice B. The morality - a. The intent - b. The intention and the good - c. The Good and evil C. Morality - a. The family - b. The civil society - c. The State Internal constitutional law - The external constitutional law - World history 3. the absolute spirit - A. the art - B. The Revealed Religion - C. The Philosophy

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Hegel texts

21 selected text pieces to introduce Hegel’s philosophy:

About the whole system: * Inaugural speech (Berlin) 16 pages * Encyclopaedia introduction: § 1-18 22 pages * Preface to phenomenology 51 pages * Preface to the first edition of the encyclopaedia 3 pages

On logic: * Logic for the middle class 31 pages * Preface from the encyclopaedia 29 pages * More detailed concept and division of logic 13 pages * Science of Logic (top) 95 pages * The term in general 23 pages

On the philosophy of nature: * Introduction (§§ 245-252 of the encyclopaedia) 37 pages * Science of Nature (from propaedeutics) 8 pages

On the philosophy of the mind: * Introduction from the encyclopaedia 33 pages * To the subjective mind: * Theory of Consciousness (from the propaedeutics) 10 pages * Hegel’s self-disclosure of phenomenology 1 page * Introduction to phenomenology 12 pages

On the objective mind: * Doctrine of law, duties and religion 66 pages * Preface to the Philosophy of Law 16 pages * Introduction to the philosophy of history 83 pages

To the absolute spirit: * Introduction to art 116 pages * Introduction of the philosophy of religion 89 pages * Introduction to the history of philosophy 118 pages

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In MS-Word format for free own editing. Not in the usual block type, but: - sentences separated by blank lines - Line break according to the meaning - no word division - with coloured markings - sometimes sentence structure by indentation.

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