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The paper discusses the concept of desire in Hegel from the perspective of phenomenological analysis. By connecting the phenomenology of Husserl and Heidegger to German idealism, I wish to highlight the idea that the two are closer to each other than it is usually believed. Through close readings of Hegel's Phenomenology of the Spirit, I show how some philosophical ideas of German idealism reappear more emphatically in Phenomenology.doi:10.14232/kulonbseg.2012.12.1.30 fatcat:ybfxlkoxdfgp7aozd5ocoi4b4u