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By Karl Marx

This ebook is a whole translation of Marx's serious statement on paragraphs 261-313 of Hegel's significant paintings in political idea. during this textual content Marx topics Hegel's doctrine at the inner structure of the nation to a long research. It used to be Marx's first try to divulge and criticize Hegel's philosophy regularly and his political philosophy particularly. It additionally represents his early efforts to criticize latest political associations and to explain the kinfolk among the political and fiscal features of society. The Critique presents textual facts in help of the argument that Marx's early writings don't express greatly assorted doctrinal ideas and theoretical and sensible matters from his later paintings. This variation additionally contains a translation of the creation Marx wrote for his proposed revised model of the Critique which he by no means accomplished. In a considerable advent, Professor O'Malley presents useful info on Marx's highbrow improvement.

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The Nachlass was transported back to England in I938-9 as a precaution against the outbreak of war and the possibility of a German invasion of Holland. at University College, Oxford. It was returned to Amsterdam and placed in the arc~IVes of the Intemationaal Instituut voor Sociale Geschiedenis only after the conclusiOn of hostilities in Europe. 1 , 011 stituante Bibliographical note This supplements the bibliographical information in the footnotes to the Editor's Introduction. I list here only works that bear directly, in whole or in significant part on Marx's Critique cifHegel's Philosophy o(Right, and that have been found most usefui to an understanding and appraisal of the work.

What Hegel really wants to achieve is the determination of the organism as the constitution of the state. But there is no bridge by which one can pass from the universal idea of the organism to the particular idea of the organism of the state or the constitution of the state, nor will there ever be. The opening statement speaks of the various members of the organism of the state which are later defined as the various powers. Thus the only thing said is that the various powers of the organism of the state, or the state organism of the various powers, is the political constitution of the state.

This fact, this actual situation is expressed by speculative philosophy [der Spekulation] as appearance, as phenomenon. These 6 7 On the other hand, however, it is the end immanent within them, and its strength lies in the Wlity of its own universal end and aim with the particular interest of individuals, in the fact that individuals have duties to the state in proportion as they have rights against it. Here Hegel sets up an unresolved antinomy: on the one hand external necessity, on the other hand immanent end.

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