Hegel's Critique of Fichte in the 1802/3 Essay on Natural Right

Inquiry 54 (3):207 - 225 (2011)
Abstract This paper provides a reconstruction and critical assessment of Hegel's critique of Fichte's political philosophy in his 1802/3 essay On the Scientific Ways of Treating Natural Right. I argue that Hegel's critique, while not entirely successful, raises a serious problem for Fichte's political philosophy as presented in the 1796/7 Foundations of Natural Right
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DOI 10.1080/0020174X.2011.574998
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