In Philosophy of Right Hegel uses the dialectical method in order to make an exposition of the conceptual development of the idea of freedom. The first stage includes the 'immediate or natural will' determined as 'abstract personality' within the sphere of 'formal right'. In the next stage, the 'self-reflective or moral will' is determined as 'subjective individuality' in the sphere of morality. This process culminates in the unity of these two moments in the 'free will in itself and for itself determined as 'concrete individuality' within the sphere of the 'ethical life'. Hegel remarks that this conceptual sequence may be different from the 'temporal sequence of their actual appearance'. Hegel passes from one stage to another claiming that being one-sided, it necessarily gives way to the other stage, which negates it, and this process ends in the 'negation of the negation' that gives us both the totality and the most adequate notion of freedom.