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On the one hand, we have seen that in the 'legislature' civil society in the form of
the 'Estates' has for the first time come into immediate, real, practical conflict with
the crown in the form of the 'executive'. On the other hand, the legislature is the ...
Hegel expresses this by saying that the opposition of the political Estates to the
monarch 'implies the possibility, though no more, of harmonization, and the
equally likely possibility of set hostility'. The possibility of hostility is to be found ...
It is the task of being 'in essence' Buridan's ass.33 The position is simply this: The
Estates are supposed to 'mediate' between the sovereign and the executive on
the one hand, and the people on the other; but they do not do this. Instead they ...
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Critique of Hegels
Doctrine of the State 1843
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