Hegel’s Very Odd Definition of Freedom

“Liberalism conceives of freedom as the absence of constraint, but Hagel’s definition is more expansive. And, of course, the state is a necessary condition for it.

Hegel’s notion of freedom arrogates to the state the prerogative of God, “whose service is perfect freedom,” in the familiar phrase from the Anglican Book of Common Prayer. For Hegel, this would not be an objection. He says that the state is the “march of God in the world.” Somehow, I doubt it.”

(Liberalism by the author of the post here is classical liberalism, not the changed meaning of today. Richard Duke)

SEE:

Hegel: The State as God’s Will—Rothbard

 

Cloward Piven and the Hegelian Dialectic–What Runs the World

 

The Hegelian Dialectic

 

False Flags and the Hegelian Dialectic

 

What is HEGELIAN DIALECTIC? What does HEGELIAN DIALECTIC mean? HEGELIAN DIALECTIC meaning