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The following essay considers Life in Hegel's Phenomenology, and hence Life as it appears if viewed not through the perspective of the well-being of any singular living thing, but in terms of Life as an emergent pattern that incorporates and connects all living things within it. Such a view on living things enables us to evaluate vis-à-vis the emergent image of Life the relative significance of any singular living thing's passing. Yet while the framework provided by Hegel's account of Life anddoi:10.22329/p.v5i1.2857 fatcat:kr3qnz62pnbk5pyfta7f3nk2ee