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We have already seen that the Estates in common with the executive form the
middle term between the monarchical principle and the people, between the
state-will expressed as one empirical will and as many empirical wills, between ...
Just as the executive has the character of a middle term from the point of view of
the crown, so have the Estates from the point of view of civil society. The Estates
not only stand together with the executive between the crown and civil society; ...
crown, unlike the executive, does not confront civil society simply as a formula, as
a state consciousness. The crown is itself die state, and has the material, natural
moment in common with civil society. On the other hand, the sovereign is the ...
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Critique of Hegels
Doctrine of the State 1843
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