The Ethics of Hegel: Translated Selections from His "Rechtsphilosophie,"

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Ginn, 1893 - Ethics - 216 pages
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Page 212 - The German nations, under the influence of Christianity, were the first to attain the consciousness, that man, as man, is free: that it is the freedom of Spirit which constitutes its essence.
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Page 203 - The state therefore knows what it wills, and knows it in its universality as something thought. Consequently, it acts and functions in accordance with known ends and recognized principles, and with laws which are laws not only in themselves but also for the consciousness...
Page 14 - I believe that the law was made for man and not man for the law; that government is the servant of the people and not their master.
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Page 26 - ... with the Absolute Spirit of whom and through whom and to whom are all things. We shall note, in our criticism, Hegel's apparent failure to carry ethics up into this sphere of the Absolute Spirit. Hegel's method is always that of beginning with the most abstract phase of his topic and following through the immanent self-criticism of one abstract phase to another until the organic...
Page 222 - I have found this work in philosophy to possess high merit. His grasp of the history of the subject is rare and trustworthy.
Page 223 - The reconciliation of physics and metaphysics lies in the acknowledgment of faults upon both sides ; in the confession by physics that all the phenomena of nature are, in their ultimate analysis, known to us only as facts of consciousness...
Page 13 - ... restricted its aim by the conditions thus imposed. This mere customary life (the watch wound up and going on of itself) is that which brings on natural death. Custom is activity without opposition, for which there remains only a formal duration; in which the fulness and zest that originally...

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