Nineteenth Century Philosophy

Friedrich Hegel

What did Friedrich Hegel think was the highest form of spirit?

The modern state of Hegel’s own time is considered by him to be the epitome of Absolute spirit. This state is a unity that molds its members and also allows them individual freedom.


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