HEGELIAN EQUALITY AS INSEPARABLE FROM FREEDOM

1/2018, June ISBN: 978-88-31928-37-3pp. 49 - 67 DOI: 10.19280/P2018-1-004

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In 1827, Hegel added a section to his Encyclopedia to explain why not only freedom but also equality were the cornerstones of modern states. This emerges in his arguments about the dependence and independence; about the social character of the two-in-one of self-consciousness; of how Antigone becomes the paradigm of the revolt of the excluded; and of how markets in civil society threaten the equality of modern states and modern families.

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Pinkard, Terry. "HEGELIAN EQUALITY AS INSEPARABLE FROM FREEDOM". Pólemos XI. 1. (2018): 49-67 https://www.rivistapolemos.it/hegelian-equality-as-inseparable-from-freedom/?lang=en
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Pinkard, T. (2018). "HEGELIAN EQUALITY AS INSEPARABLE FROM FREEDOM". Pólemos XI. (1). 49-67 https://www.rivistapolemos.it/hegelian-equality-as-inseparable-from-freedom/?lang=en
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Pinkard, Terry. 2018. "HEGELIAN EQUALITY AS INSEPARABLE FROM FREEDOM". Pólemos XI (1). Stamen: 49-67. https://www.rivistapolemos.it/hegelian-equality-as-inseparable-from-freedom/?lang=en
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