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This depiction signifies the self-related unity of Absolute Spirit with itself in its self-othering connection with finite spirit and nature. The consequence of this is an understanding of the illusory nature of nature and finite spirit insofar as these are these are taken as standing over against Absolute Spirit, and of evil as conceived on the basis of that understanding.
(13) The nonmetaphysical interpretations, on the other hand, minimize and deflate the importance of nature for Hegel, focusing instead on the distinction he makes between the spheres of spirit and nature. Robert Pippin goes so far as to suggest that we "leave nature out of it and accept and work within a basic distinction between spirit and nature, Geist and Natur." (14) Hegel is seen as primarily preoccupied with Geist, understood as the realm of human practice and a relatively autonomous sphere of normativity--a form of "social space" as Terry Pinkard puts it: