013 - Hegel’s Master-Slave Dialectic and its Meaning in History

The Cunning of Geist

Oct 18 2020 • 21 mins

Hegel’s master-slave dialectic is one of the most famous passages in all philosophy.  In it, self-consciousness, recognition, and identity play a critical role.  Is the struggle historical?  This episode analyzes the narrative and includes reviews of Kojève’s and Fukuyama’s take on it.

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