Recently I watched "The duel of the century" between Slavoj Zizek and Jordan Peterson. Briefly in 2:17:45 min. Zizek points out to Hegel reading of "The story of the fall", a quote from Zizek
This is how Hegel reads the story of the fall, that fall really is "felix culpa", in the sense that for Hegel, before the "fall" we are simply animals, it's through the fall that you perceive goodness as what will drag you out of the fall. ... It's not that you fall from goodness, your fall retroactively creates what you fell from.
Being new to philosophy even the term "felix culpa" is new to me. I have watched a lot of Zizek's talks, but haven't read one of his books yet. Can you point me out to some books, articles, etc.. , where can I reed about this?
Reading Hegel directly would be too complex for me, but nonetheless I would like to know where does Hegel point out to this.
Thank you for your time.