By Robert B. Ware

This examine grounds Hegel's political philosophy in his common sense, and connects the latter to texts on the beginning of the analytic philosophical culture

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33 Though Frege's arguments are persuasive he takes the concept as a primitive and does not give these points further development. Yet it is possible to isolate three senses in which a concept must transcend the members of the class that it defines. First, in so far as the concept is considered as prior to the determination of the members of a class it must comprehend the principle, or rule, for the determination of the members that the class includes in relation to other potential members that the class excludes.

Heiman, "The source and significance of Hegel's corporate doctrine", in Pelczynski, pp. 111-12; Smith, Hegel's Critique of Liberalism: Rights in Context, pp. 222-3; D. P. Verne, ''Hegel's account of war", in Pelczynski, p. 170. 5. Charles Taylor, Hegel, p. 425. 6. See Brod, Hegel's Philosophy of Politics; Houlgate, Freedom, Truth and History; Ritter, Hegel and the French Revolution; Tunick, Hegel's Political Philosophy; Wood, Hegel's Ethical Thought. 7. ; Hegel, Vorlesungen uber Rechtsphilosophie (1818-1831), Karl-Heinz Ilting, ed.

See Avineri, pp. 99, 234 8; R. , Hegel's Political Philosophy: problems and perspectives, p. 200; Findlay, Hegel: A Re-examination, p. 345; G. Heiman, "The source and significance of Hegel's corporate doctrine", in Pelczynski, pp. 111-12; Smith, Hegel's Critique of Liberalism: Rights in Context, pp. 222-3; D. P. Verne, ''Hegel's account of war", in Pelczynski, p. 170. 5. Charles Taylor, Hegel, p. 425. 6. See Brod, Hegel's Philosophy of Politics; Houlgate, Freedom, Truth and History; Ritter, Hegel and the French Revolution; Tunick, Hegel's Political Philosophy; Wood, Hegel's Ethical Thought.

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