‘Hegel’ (Hegel's Moral Philosophy)
Graduate studies at Western
In J. Skorupski (ed.), The Routledge Companion to Ethics (2010)
|Abstract||A 5,000-word conspectus of Hegel’s moral philosophy which considers the theoretical context of his moral philosophy (§1), his accounts of legal, personal, moral and social freedom (§2), the structure of Hegel’s analysis in his Philosophy of Justice (or »Rechtsphilosophie«) (§3), his account of role obligations as a central component of social freedom (§4), and his integrated account of individual autonomy and social reconciliation (§5).|
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