Hegel's idea of freedom /
Alan Patten presents an original interpretation of Hegel's idea of freedom and offers answers to a number of central questions about his ethical and political thought. Freedom is the value that Hegel most admired and the core of his social philosophy.
Oxford ; New York :
Oxford University Press,
|Series:||Oxford philosophical monographs.
- Introduction: Perspectives on Hegel's idea of freedom
- Freedom as rational self-determination
- The reciprocity thesis in Kant and Hegel
- Hegel and social contract theory
- Hegel's justification of private property
- A civic humanist idea of freedom