Absolut spirit.

Hegel's aesthetic analyzes art not as an isolated manifestation of human creativity, but as a culminating moment in the evolution of the spirit. In art, spirit begins the definitive reunion with itself as an absolute spirit, a reunion that culminates definitively in philosophy, where the absolute spirit is the "thought that thinks itself" in the supreme act of thinking, a concept formulated by Aristotle In the twelfth book of metaphysics and which Hegel will include as the colophon of his encyclopedia of philosophical sciences.

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