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Hegel : Political Writings.

By: Contributor(s): Series: Cambridge Texts in the History of Political ThoughtPublisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1999Copyright date: ©1999Description: 1 online resource (415 pages)Content type:
  • text
Media type:
  • computer
Carrier type:
  • online resource
ISBN:
  • 9780511152108
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Hegel: Political WritingsDDC classification:
  • 320.1/01
LOC classification:
  • JC233 -- .H44613 1999eb
Online resources:
Contents:
Cover -- Half-title -- Series-title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Editors' note -- General introduction -- I The European states in comparative political perspective -- II Hegel as a philosopher of Sittlichkeit -- The origins of Sittlichkeit in Hegel's early writings -- Sittlichkeit and Protestantism in the development of Hegel's political thinking -- Sittlichkeit and the critique of civil society -- The dialectic of Sittlichkeit and Hegel's myth of the state -- Sittlichkeit and Hegel's concept of political association -- Notes to general introduction -- Chronology of Hegel's life and career -- Translator's preface -- Abbreviations -- The Magistrates should be Elected by the People -- The German Constitution (1798-1802) -- [Introduction] -- I The Concept of the State -- [II History and Critique of the Constitution of the German Empire] -- [1. The Armed Forces] -- [2. Finance] -- [3. Territory of the Empire] -- [4. Jurisdiction] -- [5. Religion] -- [6. The Power of the Estates] -- [7. The Independence of the Estates] -- [8. The Formation of National States] -- [9. The Politics of the Two Great German Powers] -- [10. Freedom of Citizens and Estates] -- [III Proposals for Constitutional Reform] -- On the Scientific Ways of Treating Natural Law, on its Place in Practical Philosophy, and its Relation to the Positive… -- [I] -- [II] -- [III] -- [IV] -- Inaugural Address, Delivered at the University of Berlin (22 October 1818) -- Address on the Tercentenary of the Submission of the Augsburg Confession (25 June 1830) -- Lectures on the Philosophy of History (1827-1831), Part IV, Section3: The New Age -- Chapter 1: The Reformation -- Chapter 3: The Enlightenment and Revolution -- The Relationship of Religion to the State (1831) -- On the English Reform Bill -- Editorial notes -- The Magistrates should be Elected by the People.
The German Constitution -- On the Scientific Ways of Treating Natural Law, on its Place in Practical Philosophy, and its Relation to the Positive… -- Inaugural Address, Delivered at the University of Berlin -- Address on the Tercentenary of the Submission of the Augsburg Confession -- Lectures on the Philosophy of History -- The Relationship of Religion to the State -- On the English Reform Bill -- Glossary -- Bibliography of works cited in this edition -- Index of names -- Index of subjects.
Summary: Collection of Hegel's most important political writings (apart from Philosophy of Right) appearing together for the first time in English.
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Cover -- Half-title -- Series-title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Editors' note -- General introduction -- I The European states in comparative political perspective -- II Hegel as a philosopher of Sittlichkeit -- The origins of Sittlichkeit in Hegel's early writings -- Sittlichkeit and Protestantism in the development of Hegel's political thinking -- Sittlichkeit and the critique of civil society -- The dialectic of Sittlichkeit and Hegel's myth of the state -- Sittlichkeit and Hegel's concept of political association -- Notes to general introduction -- Chronology of Hegel's life and career -- Translator's preface -- Abbreviations -- The Magistrates should be Elected by the People -- The German Constitution (1798-1802) -- [Introduction] -- I The Concept of the State -- [II History and Critique of the Constitution of the German Empire] -- [1. The Armed Forces] -- [2. Finance] -- [3. Territory of the Empire] -- [4. Jurisdiction] -- [5. Religion] -- [6. The Power of the Estates] -- [7. The Independence of the Estates] -- [8. The Formation of National States] -- [9. The Politics of the Two Great German Powers] -- [10. Freedom of Citizens and Estates] -- [III Proposals for Constitutional Reform] -- On the Scientific Ways of Treating Natural Law, on its Place in Practical Philosophy, and its Relation to the Positive… -- [I] -- [II] -- [III] -- [IV] -- Inaugural Address, Delivered at the University of Berlin (22 October 1818) -- Address on the Tercentenary of the Submission of the Augsburg Confession (25 June 1830) -- Lectures on the Philosophy of History (1827-1831), Part IV, Section3: The New Age -- Chapter 1: The Reformation -- Chapter 3: The Enlightenment and Revolution -- The Relationship of Religion to the State (1831) -- On the English Reform Bill -- Editorial notes -- The Magistrates should be Elected by the People.

The German Constitution -- On the Scientific Ways of Treating Natural Law, on its Place in Practical Philosophy, and its Relation to the Positive… -- Inaugural Address, Delivered at the University of Berlin -- Address on the Tercentenary of the Submission of the Augsburg Confession -- Lectures on the Philosophy of History -- The Relationship of Religion to the State -- On the English Reform Bill -- Glossary -- Bibliography of works cited in this edition -- Index of names -- Index of subjects.

Collection of Hegel's most important political writings (apart from Philosophy of Right) appearing together for the first time in English.

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