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1. Proceedings of the Hegel Society of America: Volume > 5
Donald Phillip Verene Editor's Preface
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Notes on Contributors
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Hans-Martin Sass Hegel's Concept of Philosophy and the Mediations of Objective Spirit
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David R. Lachterman Comment: on Sass's "Hegel's Concept of Philosophy and the Mediations of Objective Spirit"
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Stanley Rosen Theory and Practice in Hegel: Union or Disunion?
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Heinz Kolar Comment: on Rosen's "Theory and Practice in Hegel: Union or Disunion?"
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H. Kimmerle Hegel's Lectures on Natural Law (1802-1805/06) as an Early Counterpart to the Philosophy of Right (1821)
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Raymond Plant Economic and Social Integration in Hegel's Political Philosophy
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W. Ver Eecke Relation Between Economics and Politics in Hegel
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Peter G. Stillman Person, Property, and Civil Society in the Philosophy of Right
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Howard Adelman Of Human Bondage: Labour, Bondage, and Freedom in the Phenomenology
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Errol E. Harris Hegel's Theory of Sovereignty, International Relations, and War
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Henry Paolucci Hegel and the Nation-State System of International Relations
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Joseph C. Flay Comment: on Harris's "Hegel's Theory of Sovereignty, International Relations, and War" and Paolucci's "Hegel and the Nation-State System of International Relations"
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Paul Thomas Comment: on Harris's "Hegel's Theory of Sovereignty, International Relations, and War" and Paolucci's "Hegel and the Nation-State System of International Relations"
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Rudolf J. Siebert Hegel's Concept of Marriage and Family: The Origin of Subjective Freedom
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]ohn E. Smith Hegel in St. Louis
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John O. Riedl Some Observations on Social and Political Philosophy among the St. Louis Hegelians
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Richard J. Bernstein Comment: on the Relationship of Habermas's Views to Hegel
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Kenley R. Dove Comment: on the Relationship of Habermas's Views to Hegel
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