Hegel’s Philosophy of Right, with Marx’s Commentary: A by H.P. Kainz

By H.P. Kainz

GEORG WILHELM FRIEDRICH HEGEL (1770-1831) where OF HEGEL within the HIS TOR Y OF PHILOSOPHY that allows you to achieve a formal standpoint of Hegel's position within the background of philo­ sophy, it'd be helpful to target one key thought which has developed considerably in that means, from the time of Aristotle to Hegel. i'm talking of the philosophical suggestion of the "category. " In Aristotle's approach, there have been ten different types (or "predicaments") of truth or being. those incorporated substantiality, time, position, volume, caliber, and different facets of knowable beings. the main extraordinary factor approximately those different types is they all need to do with what we'd name "objective" realities. that's, none of them purport to explain subjective or psychological states or stipulations. In glossy philosophy (i. e. , philosophy because the time of Descartes), there has been a swing of the pendulum within the other 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 arrange goal phenomena into common unities; as a result the 1st Kantian cate­ gory is "unity. " we will be able to separate target phenomena into specific divi­ sions; for this reason the second one classification is "plurality. " and so on. With Hegel, the trendy development to subjectivism is arrested, and we've got, now not strangely, a brand new kind of "category" - the class of the cohesion of proposal and being, of self and different, of topic and item.

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The administration 0/justice The right of property, as the implicit principle of the system of needs, became expressed as the infinite reciprocity of needs-and-work (an abstract expression of personality in the socio-economic sphere). , the administration of justice. " J) The process by which right becomes law (§§ 2II-2q): In any society with a minimum of culture the recognition of "rights" is implicit in the national mores; in the unwritten laws which give national unity to a people; and also in moral laws (but only insofar as these moral laws go beyond private and subjective behavior, and have a bearing on objective civil rights).

Its aim, so to speak, is to keep particularity under control. , the transgression of particular rights. The public authority achieves its universal aim by various means. a) by fixing prices on certain goods which are necessary for public subsistence; b) By public control of industries whose stability and equilibrium are most necessary for public welfare, or whose conduct of its very nature brings society into the area ofinternat:onal trade (something too complex to be left to individual interests); c) By instituting extreme measures of control, at times of crisis or emergency; * Hegel means something quite different by "police" and "corporation" than we do, as will become clear in the following section.

Show how Hegel's usage of the term, "civil society" is the result of a long philosophical tradition. Is there any new significance which Hegel gives to this term? SAMPLE ESSAYS I. " 2. " Which of these powers would Americans tend to consider "socialistic" in nature? S. 3. For students majoring in economics: Hegel bases his analysis of "civil society" in large part on the work of 18th and 19th century political economists (Adam Smith, Ricardo, and Say). Does Hegel do justice to the economic doctrines of these men?

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