Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit

Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit: Labor is the desire to be restricted or tempered, that is, the disappearance of delayed gratification, in other words, labor cultivates things. The negative relationship with the object becomes the form of the object and becomes a persistent thing, precisely because the object is independent of the worker. This negative intermediary process or cultivating action is at the same time the individuality of consciousness or the pure self-existence of consciousness. This consciousness now externalizes itself in labor and enters a lasting state. Therefore, the working consciousness has reached the intuition of independent existence as itself.
Assignment requirements: Please use an example to explain the phrase “the principle of objectification of labor” in Hegel’s “Phenomenology of Mental”. (The way of philosophical expression is to express special in general, just like Hegel’s above-mentioned paragraph, so the homework requires special examples to show my understanding of this paragraph, and be careful not to use the cooking braised fish example in class Such a special case.)