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نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
From Hegel‘s point of view, phenomenology of spirit is the evolution of consciousness from the particular to the notion. Hegel attempted to overcome the problem of epistemology, the fundamental separation between the real world and consciousness, and tried to reach a new formulation. To understand how this new formulation is achieved is to understand how the particular (Aufheben) is subsumed in the concept (Begriff). The real is subsumed negatively in the concept and this negativity is the foundation of the reality in consciousness. In this paper, we explain what Hegel means by negativity being subsumed in reality drawing on Giorgio Agamben’s special interpretation of the nature of language. Consciousness is never independent of the real since the negativity and its resistance always make the consciousness splitting and this makes it unhappy. This happening is the main reason for the tension of concept and thus its dialectical movement.