Hegel on Dignity

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February 18, 2016

 

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Reason, for Hegel, is "these general conceptions, deduced from actual and present consciousness ? The Laws of nature and the substance of what is right and good" (441). Hegel states that history naturally drives men to transcend their passions and individual self interest, as "the history of the world is the discipline of the uncontrolled natural will, bringing into obedience to a Universal Principle and conferring subjective freedom" (104)...
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This history ultimately culminates in human dignity, as all men bow to reason, which is "thought conditioning itself with perfect freedom" (13) Reaching this state of human dignity, for Hegel, is the work of history. Man is initially imperfect, as "by Nature man is not what he ought to be; only through a transforming process does he arrive at truth" (424)...
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