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Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

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The criticism of the German philosophy of state and right, which attained its most consistent, richest, and last formulation through Hegel, is both a critical analysis of the modern state and of the reality connected with it, and the resolute negation of the whole manner of the German consciousness in politics and right as practiced hereto, the most distinguished, most universal expression of which, raised to the level of science, is the speculative philosophy of right itself.
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Karl Marx in A Contribution to the Critique of Hegel’s Philosophy of Right (1844) Introduction

 
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