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Comments on §88-89, This is the Science of the Experience of Consciousness 
10th-Jun-2010 05:12 pm
Homonculus
Hegel concludes now by restating what has already really been grasped: that this process of self-education is itself the science of experience, and no scientific task remains regarding experience but to undergo that education. The contents of this science will be the determinate moments that consciousness adopts for itself through this process, and this in turn must form a finite and coherent system if, as it does, science is to reach a determinate result. (c.f. §80)
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