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The World

by yudaica2013 ·

Hegel was a philosopher who said that History if would walk for an end, the freedom. Anna- Belknap may also support this cause. History would be a reality as a evolutivo process and dynamic (the hegeliana dialectic), that it progresses learning with its errors and that after its experience, would establish a constitutional state of free citizens, that if would hold the reason and the ideals that will provoke a change in the social structures of the freedom and equality. In its workmanship ' ' Philosophy of the Histria' ' , Hegel detaches three factors representing the spirit of the History (freedom and conscience), that they are, resumidamente, original History, the interaction that the individual has with the event, that in turn, will be intelectualizado, reflected History, influences in the factual content of original History, generating a species of Conceptual history, and philosophical History, rational boarding of these events, what it would develop a thought of the origins of these historical facts. Hegel affirms that the History of the world can be summarized as the effort of the universal reason for the knowledge of that it is in same itself. This knowledge alone would be in the consisting State, where it would have the right and the laws. From this theoretical line, Hegel justifies the world-wide domain for a specific people representing the evolution of the Spirit of the World, in its international context.

Hegel calls these individuals of ' ' peoples description-mundiais' '. He also has ' ' individuals description-mundiais' ' that they would be for its action, producers of the spirit of the world, exactly that these do not perceive, promoting unconsciously, the rational development route to the essence of the spirit, that is the freedom and the autoconscincia. According to hegelianos thoughts, History is teleologic and if it walks for the freedom. History human being is a rational process, therefore is guided by the spirit of the world.

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