Hegel's Philosophy of Right, with Marx's Commentary: A Handbook for Students

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9789024716203
  • Publisher: Springer Netherlands
  • Publication date: 9/30/1974
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1974
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 87
  • Product dimensions: 6.40 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 0.26 (d)

Table of Contents

General Introduction.- The Place of Hegel in the History of Philosophy.- The Importance of Hegel’s Philosophy.- The Importance of Hegel’s “Philosophy of Right”.- Hegel’s “System”.- The Dialectic.- Hegel’s Terminology.- Marx’s Critique of the Philosophy of Right.- Sample Examination Questions & Term Paper Topics.- Analysis of Hegel’s “Philosophy of Right”.- The Preface to the ‘Philosophy of Right’.- The Introduction to the P.R. (§§ I-33).- Sample exam questions, sample essays.- Diagram of the development of the Philosophy of Right.- I. Abstract Right (§§ 4–104).- Sample exam questions, sample essay.- II. Morality (§§ 105–141).- Sample exam questions, term paper topic.- III. Ethical Life (§§ 142–360).- Term paper topic.- 1. The Family (§§ 158–181).- A. The stage of love and marriage.- B. Family capital.- C. Education of children and dissolution of the family.- Sample exam questions, etc..- 2. Civil Society (§§ 182–256).- A. The system of needs.- 1) The development of need and satisfaction into “genera”.- 2) The development of work into “genera”.- 3) Resources.- a) The agricultural class.- b) The business class.- c) The bureaucracy.- B. The administration of justice.- 1) The process by which right becomes law.- 2) The process by which law becomes existent.- 3) The process by which existent law vindicates itself through judgements.- a) The process of inquiry.- b) The stages of legal action.- c) The process of legal judgement.- C. The police and the corporation.- 1) The police.- 2) The corporation.- Sample exam questions, etc..- 3. The State (§§ 257–360).- A. The constitution.- Marx’s commentary.- 1) The inner constitution of the state, in its existence-for-self.- Marx’s commentary.- a) The crown.- Marx’s commentary.- b) The executive.- Marx’s commentary.- c) The legislature.- Marx’s commentary.- 2) Sovereignty in relation to foreign states.- B. International law.- C. World history.- Sample exam questions, etc..- Appendix, Marx’s commentary.- Selected bibliography.- Index of Names.

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