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GEORG WILHELM FRIEDRICH HEGEL (1770-1831) where OF HEGEL within the HIS TOR Y OF PHILOSOPHY with a view to achieve a formal point of view of Hegel's position within the heritage of philo­ sophy, it'd be beneficial to target one key proposal which has advanced considerably in that means, from the time of Aristotle to Hegel. i'm talking of the philosophical idea of the "category. " In Aristotle's procedure, there have been ten different types (or "predicaments") of truth or being. those integrated substantiality, time, position, volume, caliber, and different facets of knowable beings. the main awesome factor approximately those different types is they all need to do with what we might name "objective" realities. that's, none of them purport to explain subjective or psychological states or stipulations. In sleek philosophy (i. e. , philosophy because the time of Descartes), there has been a swing of the pendulum within the wrong way, from objectivity to subjectivity - culminating within the twelve new "categories" of Kant. All of Kant's different types have been subjective methods oflooking at fact: we will be able to manage aim phenomena into common unities; accordingly the 1st Kantian cate­ gory is "unity. " we will separate aim phenomena into specific divi­ sions; as a result the second one type is "plurality. " etc. With Hegel, the fashionable development to subjectivism is arrested, and now we have, now not strangely, a brand new form of "category" - the class of the cohesion of inspiration and being, of self and different, of topic and object.

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28 ANALYSIS OF HEGEL'S "PHILOSOPHY OF RIGHT" 'Existence-for-self," on the other hand, implies a self-reflection of personality, and an orientation towards universality (which is always produced by a reflection on particulars). Marriage is thus a state in which the natural polarization of life into male and female generally coincides with, and fosters, the polarization of spirit into masculine and feminine personality characteristics. Insofar as marriage involves a physical union, it is based on contingencies, sexual attraction, the moment of romantic love, etc.

Does Hegel view Plato as a propagonist for, or an antagonist against, freedom? Explain. According to Hegel, the differentiation of man from the lower animals becomes apparent in civil society. How does he come to this conclusion? What are the 3 main "class divisions" in civil society? What is the primary source or cause for these class divisions, in Hegel'S view? g. how many days a wrongdoer should spend in jail. How does Hegel argue against this position? Hegel suggests that there are two primary means for combating poverty in society.

1973. " * This would be in terms of the dialectic of Spirit. See p. 8 of my introduction. Sub-section 2. ** It is the realm where each individual "Burgher" is explicitly striving only to fulfill his own needs and wants, but is inevitably led (by necessity) to participate in the system of needs obtaining among all diverse individuals. Thus it is the sphere in which particularity asserts itself explicitly, as an unending spiral of accidental and "natural" needs, which are interconnected into infinity - and finally require the intervention of universality (in the form of political control) to give them the form of rationality and spiritual harmony.

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