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D. Absolute knowledge Hegel's Encyclopaedia begins with logic, with pure
speculative thought, and ends with absolute knowledge, with the self-conscious,
self-comprehending philosophical or absolute mind, i.e. superhuman, abstract
abstract thought. The external character of this abstract thought . . . nature as it is
for this abstract thought. Nature is external to it, its loss of self; it grasps nature
externally, as abstract thought, but as alienated abstract thought. Finally mind ...
On the one hand this act of superseding is the act of superseding an entity of
thought; thus, private property as thought is superseded in the thought of morality.
And because thought imagines itself to be the direct opposite of itself, i.e.
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Critique of Hegels
Doctrine of the State 1843
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