How can we make the critical potential of Hegelian philosophy understandable from a historical perspective? To answer this question, this study retraces Hegel’s transformation from his writings about the “work of the Republicans for the common good” (1795) to the “work of the concept” (1807). This arc marks the beginning of Hegel’s objectification of heroic idealism – to which Marx was able to link his own ideas.
Hans-Peter Krüger, University of Potsdam, Germany.
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