Answer any two or three of the following questions, 2-3 pages for each answer, for a total of 6-9 pages. Exams are due by Tues., Mar. 15. Please e-mail to me (email@example.com) in PDF, MSWord, LATEX, plain text, HTML, or RTF.
The questions are keyed to different sections of the text, with the idea that each question is raised most centrally in that place. However, in keeping with the fact that this is a final exam, and also with the self-applying nature of Hegel's system, each question also requires you to consider the section in question in light of other sections.
Because this is an exam rather than a paper, I will give priority to accuracy over originality in grading. However, all the questions do require some thought; they can't simply be read out of the texts. Moreover, in many (if not all) cases the ``correct'' answer is unavoidably a matter of interpretation: in such cases it would be safest to reproduce what I said in class, but it will also be acceptable if you're clearly following some other reasonable interpretation. And, of course, as usual, your answer must be ``original'' in the sense that it is your own work. (If you use any outside source--which I don't recommend--you must cite it.)
You can cite pages in our text by section number (adding ``R'' for Remark or ``Z'' for Zusatz if applicable) and page number.