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In this manner, he goes on, 'What Hegel has done for religion, law, etc., Monsieur
Proudhon seeks to do for political economy.' First of all by dint of abstraction he
reduces 'the substance of everything' into mere 'logical categories'; then, having ...
Independent private capital, i.e. abstract private property and the private person
corresponding to it, are the logical apex of the political state. Political '
independence' is interpreted to mean 'independent private property' and the '
It is remarkable that Hegel could have reduced this absurd process of mediation
to its abstract, logical and hence ultimate undistorted form, while at the same time
enthroning it as the speculative mystery of logic, as the scheme of reason, the ...
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Critique of Hegels
Doctrine of the State 1843
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