In this video series, Dr. Sadler will be working through the entire Phenomenology, paragraph by paragraph -- for each one, first reading the paragraph, and then commenting on what Hegel is doing, referencing, discussing, etc. in that paragraph.
This series is designed to provide an innovative digital resource that will assist students, lifelong learners, professionals, and even other philosophers in studying this classic work by Hegel for generations to come. If you'd like to support this project -- and also receive some rewards for your support -- please contribute! - https://www.patreon.com/drgbsadler
Dr. Sadler will be using and referencing the A.V. Miller English-language translation of the Phenomenology, which is available here: http://amzn.to/1jDUI6w
The introductory music for the video is: Johann Sebastian Bach, Partita No. 1 in Bm, BWV 1002, is available in the public domain, and can be found at musopen.org.
Screenshot from Lecture 80: Phenomenology of Spirit (Stoicism, Skepticism, Unhappy Consciousness, sec. 197)