G.W.F. Hegel

1st Edition

Dudley Knowles

Routledge
Published September 28, 2009
Reference - 542 Pages
ISBN 9780754627265 - CAT# Y236045
Series: International Library of Essays in the History of Social and Political Thought

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Summary

Hegel is notable for his distinctive contribution to the perennial concerns of political philosophy. He outlines a powerful account of freedom as both a personal and social achievement, discussing theories of personal rights, private property and punishment. He articulates a social analysis of human action and criticizes Kantian ethics. His theory of self-actualization locates our social identities within 'Ethical Life' - the institutions of family life, civil society and the state - expressing a unique variety of rationalist conservatism. In this volume some of the finest interpreters of Hegel writing in English explore this distinguished heritage and explain its contemporary relevance.

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