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Windsbacher Knabenchor Lyrics


We have lyrics for these tracks by Windsbacher Knabenchor:

Adeste Fideles Adeste fideles laeti triumphantes, venite, venite in Bethleh…
Ding dong! Merrily on high Ding dong! merrily on high in heav'n the bells are ringing:…
Es ist ein Ros entsprungen Es ist ein Ros entsprungen aus einer Wurzel zart, wie uns …
Fröhlich soll mein Herze springen Fröhlich soll mein Herze springen dieser Zeit, da vor Freud…
Heut kam ein Engel Gloria! Heut kam ein Engel vom hohen Himmel, Hirten hört! …
Preis sei Gott im höchsten Throne Preis sei Gott im höchsten Throne und auch seinem lieben So…
Stille Nacht Stille Nacht, heilige Nacht! Alles schläft, einsam wacht n…
Uns ist geboren ein Kindelein Uns ist geboren ein Kindelein, ist klarer denn die Sonne, …
Unser lieben Frauen Traum Und unser lieben Frauen der traumet, traumet ihr ein Traum:…
Zu Bethlehem der Engel sprach Zu Bethlehem der Engel sprach: Ihr Hirten schaut in dem Stal…
Zu Bethlehem geboren Zu Bethlehem geboren ist uns ein Kindelein. Das hab ich au…

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Comments from YouTube:

Arvid Malm

I have a question about passages 210-213. Findlay's analysis says something quite different from what you're saying, or at least something more. He says the "past remote specification" should be understood as "the historic Christ" and that these ideas are preminiscient of Christianity.

Is that what Hegel is getting at?

mahdi alwash

As regards Par.215, since the presence of the "incarnate" Unchangeable is not coming about from its own side or is only one-sidedly due to consciousness, why the imperfection or antithesis should be on the side of the Unchangeable and not on the side of the hopefully waiting , unhappy consciousness?

mahdi alwash

+Gregory B. Sadler Thank you very much!

Gregory B. Sadler

+mahdi alwash Because the Unchangeable is what's being considered by consciousness here, as its object. Its concept or notion is still underdeveloped - and that is a concept for (Unhappy) consciousness. Hegel is following out phenomenologically what appears for consciousness

Brent w

Hey just an FYI, I noticed this video is not in your half hour hegel playlist (https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4gvlOxpKKIgR4OyOt31isknkVH2Kweq2) It goes from 211-212 to 217. =)

Gregory B. Sadler

+Brent Wejrowski You are right -- that's been remedied. Thanks for pointing it out!