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Hegel, The Particularity of Conflicts, and the Spaces of "Reason-ability"

From: Multicultural Dynamics and the Ends of History


Hegel wants to show that history is not a cold, anonymous process that simply sweeps up human lives and never looks back. Indeed, his philosophy of history is primarily concerned with the concrete doings and sufferings of human beings, insofar as they are what embody the process of reason’s realization.



Réal Fillion

Réal Fillion is associate professor of Philosophy at the University of Sudbury.