This valuable book makes a significant contribution to the current revival of interest in Hegel. Brod demonstrates the central unifying role the collective historical social consciousness plays in Hegel's thought. But far from leading to totalitarian conclusions, this emphasis upon the social actually leads Hegel toward a "third way" between the an

chapter |10 pages


chapter 2|16 pages

The Philosophical Politics of Modernity

chapter 3|18 pages

The Contradictions of Modernity

chapter 4|25 pages

Property and Personhood

chapter 5|31 pages

The Dialectic of Civil Society

chapter 6|29 pages

Public Opinion and Its Representation

chapter 7|18 pages

The Rational State