This e-book describes in an articulated way the structure in becoming of the thought of G.F.W. Hegel (1870-1831), an idealist German thinker. This work analyzes his thought from its first phase, animated by Jacobin and revolutionary ideals, to its conclusions, when the Hegelian thought seemed to accompany itself well to the Restoration put forward by the Congress of Vienna (1815).
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April 11, 2013
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