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    Among the pantheon of philosophers, Hegel is one of the most intimidating His very name evokes fear the towering behemoth of obscure German prose, looming in the distance, spinning out sentences that can trip up the most astute and careful readers Yet, after reading two of his books, I feel that his reputation for obscurity is like Kant s significantly exaggerated It s a certain style of writing, sure and several sentences are, as far as I m concerned, gobbledygook But like any academic worthy of the title, Hegel takes care to repeat his points again and again so the reader at least comes away with the gist of what Hegel wishes to say What s , Hegel s particular oracular style of writing can be alluring, even powerful.Prose aside, Hegel is worth reading because his ideas are both extraordinary and extraordinarily influential To understand either Marxism or much of continental philosophy, Hegel must be grappled with So what is he trying to get across in this book What are Hegel s views on politics On the state And why are they so controversial I ll do my best to summarize what I understand or, ...

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    Possibly the most morally repugnant treatise on political theory this side of Leviathan, Hegel s Philosophy of Right is ostensibly an account of the modern state, but it is in fact a collection of cheerleading anthems for power by an evil pedant desirous of the destruction of our species There are three agonizing sections The first is about how, as a particular human being, you are contradictory and therefore untrue in contrast, the state, being the embodiment of contradictionless Reason, is true hence, you have rights insofar as it pleases the state, and there s a hefty price to pay you have to conform to society Hegel here takes up the classic right wing position of how you have to earn your way into civil society, the following dialectical stage , by conforming to one of its institutions, e.g the military, which he thinks should consist of a standing army, and he says only analytical, i.e freedom loving, thinkers will argue against the evil of a standing army which happens to be the entire Enlightenment tradition see, e.g., James Madison Federalist No 42 , or the corporation, which, Hegel thinks, should be the only vehicle for rights What should be striking you by now, and what immediately struck me, was how much closer this treatise is to present day U.S political norms how we, in effect, have a standing army how we, in fact, get our rights from the dialectical mediation of corporate insurance companies, etc than...

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    While I cannot say that I fully agree with his views on Religion and the State just look at the nutty things that religious folk believe these days I do think that his sections on democracy could be construed as somewhat implicitly fascistic Here we see the birth of the Continental Tradition in many ways It was not Descartes, or Kant, but Hegel who first truly understood the promise of constructing a World Philosophy from the Enlightened Light on the Hill that was Modern Europe So many contemporary post modern philosophers have discredited his work, notably Derrida in Margins of Philosophy turns to one appalling footnote on History moves progressively from East to West, the further West one goes the closer you get to Absolute Mindetc something like that come off it already you pinheads How can you discredit something as beautiful a...

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    For a book that is wrong about almost everything, it is remarkable how much I enjoyed it.Much ado is made about Hegel s impenetrable style, but after one gets used to it, it isn t all that bad in itself But it relates to the German philosopher s tendency to be vague where precision is needed, and to emphasize holistic harmony as a masturbatory poetic license where differentiated, analytical approach would have revealed the devil in the details Hegel, in other words, has a bad habit of waxing lyrically about idealized versions of events it is called idealism for a good reason , and of eschewing traditional analysis in favour or a logic of his own making i.e the dialectic Hegel attempts to create a theory where religion, phenomenology, individual freedom, laws of the state, and the divisions between social classes, are harmonized in an organic whole He uses the living body metaphor, where all parts are members of the whole, in places than one In practice, it exalts the state as the highest form of rationality and spirituality for Hegel pretty much identical , and the German state, with its peculiar habits and constitution, as the highest of them all The end result is a total absurdity, and it led German thought to a vacuum filled by Mar...

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    The Philosophy of Nature allowed Hegel to don the hat of a natural scientist and the Philosophy of Right introduces us to Hegel the politician and lawyer Hegel is never at his most intolerable than when he leaves the realm of speculative philosophy for other disciplines in order to apply his philosophy and make it absolutely comprehensive This is usually when he is the most arrogant and the most annoyingly tedious.Hegel s political philosophy is a bizarre amalgam of collectivism and monarchy It is bizarre because it s application and actual practice seems altogether paradoxical and ludicrous Hegel sees the monarch as the embodiment of the will of the state the state is the very manifestation of God and the spirit in the world and in history The church, instead of being a moral check for the state, is simply a tool in it s hands and must have blind allegiance The people, according to Hegel, cannot be trusted with democracy not that I totally disagree , so he has accorded to the monarch the embodiment of his collectivist fantasy The people have some voice as public opinion, but only after education or re education that conditions them to the monarch and his ro...

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    I read this book for David Schweickart s course on Social and Political Philosophy during the second semester of 1980 1 at Loyola University Chicago Previously, I d read Hegel s Phenomenology of Mind and his Logic only Like the former, unlike the latter, Philosophy of Right is a relatively easy read Unlike the Phenomenology, it is neither very profound nor challenging, intellectually speaking It is, however, an important book as regards how it applies the very intriguing thought forms of the Phenomenology to practical purposes in the real world.I had appropriated the Phenomenology as a challenge Kaufmann, in his Hegel, emphasizes how, in Hegel s time, it was possible to be on top of all the disciplines Thus, a real dialectic of material facts to conceptual models was, at that time, at least plausible One could appropriate world history personally as if it were a course of study leading ultimately tothe omega point of the Absolute Spirit Certainly, the prospect of this was alluring in a mystical sort of way, the argument and its exposition pointing like an arrow ahead Hegel s vision filled me with a sense of rapture.Philosophy of Right, however, takes the world historical progress of the spirit in one of its aspects to a definitive conclusion and shatters the vision, Hegel becoming an ap...

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    With Outlines of a Philosophy of Right 1821 German philosopher Hegel published a book that was to be used as the backbone of a series of lectures In the book, he deals with the foundations of Recht hard to translate in English since it comprises subjects like Right, Government, and Law And as Hegel already developed his philosophical system of Absolute Knowledge i.e the foundation of and the method to truth , he tries to fit social aspects, such as Law, Government and Religion, into his metaphysical worldview Not that he has to work hard to accomplish this in his first book Ph nomenologie des Geistes 1807 he already explained how the social world of Man comprised the final stages of Geist becoming Self Conscious of Absolute Knowledge So, in that sense, Outlines of a Philosophy of Right is just a specific elucidation of his earlier ideas It is also the second and last book that Hegel published in his life all later works are posthumously published and suffer from the flaws typical of such works It is hence much better both in quality and quantity than, for example, his Philosophy of History 1832 As with all his works, Hegel sets out from the most basic ideas and then tries to build up a system of knowledge through the use of his o...

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    Mettere cinque stelle a un testo di Hegel come dare un voto al Giudizio Universale di Michelangelo Presto o tardi recensir , o meglio, cercher di dare l idea in s e per s dei Lineamenti di filosofia del diritto

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    Lots of good stuff, lots of garbage

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