Just wanted to note the line, from the Preface to The Phenomenology of Spirit (§69), for later use and overuse.
I’m quite fond of the larger passage:
Since the man of common sense makes his appeal to feeling, to an oracle within his breast, he is finished and done with anyone who does not agree; he only has to explain that he has nothing more to say to anyone who does not find and feel the same in himself. In other words, he tramples underfoot the roots of humanity. For it is the nature of humanity to press onward to agreement with others; human nature only really exists in an achieved community of minds. The anti-human, the merely animal, consists in staying within the sphere of feelings, and being able to communicate only at that level.
…will have to dig up the original German sometime in search of any lost nuances…