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[3.2] How Hegel’s Philosophical History sets up a Neurotic Approach and the Implications it has on Mental Illness

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IB 1020

Start Date

January 2020

End Date

January 2020

Disciplines

History | Philosophy | Psychology

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Abstract

How Hegel’s Philosophical History sets up a Neurotic Approach and the Implications it has on Mental Illness Keywords: Hegel Philosophy of history Philosophical history Neurosis Mental illness The human condition Abstract Aspects of Hegel’s philosophical history will be explored in terms of how they construct themselves as having a neurotic nature. More specific aspects of the individual human experience will be explored first, followed by more macro experiences that are characteristic of world and national Spirit in Hegel’s historical approach. Some potential implications of Spirit’s neurotic tendencies on the philosophical history will also be explored as well as the implications it has on how we conceptualize mental illness and the human condition in general.

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This is the essay I will be talking about, but I will be adding more content on the interaction with mental illness. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9OpHCLknV3MZjJFUlpPWTg3Y24yMUVsR3ZKbDRUYUFscm1n/view?usp=sharing

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[3.2] How Hegel’s Philosophical History sets up a Neurotic Approach and the Implications it has on Mental Illness

IB 1020

How Hegel’s Philosophical History sets up a Neurotic Approach and the Implications it has on Mental Illness Keywords: Hegel Philosophy of history Philosophical history Neurosis Mental illness The human condition Abstract Aspects of Hegel’s philosophical history will be explored in terms of how they construct themselves as having a neurotic nature. More specific aspects of the individual human experience will be explored first, followed by more macro experiences that are characteristic of world and national Spirit in Hegel’s historical approach. Some potential implications of Spirit’s neurotic tendencies on the philosophical history will also be explored as well as the implications it has on how we conceptualize mental illness and the human condition in general.