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" A World-historical individual is not so unwise as to indu.ge a variety of wishes to divide his regards. He is devoted to the One Aim, regardless of all else. It is even possible that such men may treat other great, even sacred interests, inconsiderately... "
Lectures on the Philosophy of History - Stranica 34
napisao/la Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel - 1857 - Broj stranica: 477
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Lectures on the Philosophy of History

Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel - 1894 - Broj stranica: 477
...else. It is even possible that such men may treat other great, even sacred interests, inconsiderately ; conduct which is indeed obnoxious to moral reprehension....special and determinate and from its negation, that the TJniyersal results. Particularity contends with its like, and "some loss is involved in the issue....
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The Wisdom and Religion of a German Philosopher: Being Selections from the ...

Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel - 1897 - Broj stranica: 138
...treat other great, even sacred interests, inconsiderately ; conduct which indeed makes him subject to moral reprehension. But so mighty a form must trample...flower — crush to pieces many an object in its path. — Philosophy of History, p. 41 (p. 34). MIND. The knowledge of Mind is the highest and hardest, just...
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The Philosophy of History

Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel - 1900 - Broj stranica: 457
...else. It is eyen possible that such men may treat other great, even sacred interests, inconsiderately ; conduct which is indeed obnoxious to moral reprehension....its like, and some loss is involved in the issue. // is not the general idea that is implicated in opposition and combat, and that is exposed to danger....
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The Philosophy of History

Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel - 1900 - Broj stranica: 457
...else. It is even possible that such men may treat other great, even sacred interests, inconsiderately ; conduct which is indeed obnoxious to moral reprehension....Particularity contends with its like, and some loss 33 is involved in the issue, // is not the general idea that is implicated in opposition and combat,...
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German Philosophy and Politics

John Dewey - 1915 - Broj stranica: 134
...regardless of all else. Such men may even treat other great and sacred interests inconsiderately. . . . But so mighty a form must trample down many an innocent...flower — crush to pieces many an object in its path." We are not surprised to see that Alexander, Csesar and Napoleon are the characters he prefers to cite....
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Beyond Nihilism: Nietzsche Without Masks

Ofelia Schutte - 1986 - Broj stranica: 248
...else. It is even possible that such men may treat other great, even sacred interests, inconsiderately; conduct which is indeed obnoxious to moral reprehension....— crush to pieces many an object in its path."" Hegel qualifies the statement, noting that human beings should be the last form of life to be treated...
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Nanzan Studies in Religion and Culture, Izd. 15

Keiji Nishitani - 1991 - Broj stranica: 238
...individual falls to the ground like an empty shell left behind by a ripened seed. As Hegel puts it: The special interest of passion is thus inseparable...and from its negation, that the universal results. 2 Hegel's approach implies a sense of the world determining itself. In Nishida's terminology, the self-actualization...
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God, History, and Dialectic: The Theological Foundations of the Two Europes ...

Joseph P. Farrell - 1997 - Broj stranica: 1051
...Napoleon.911 Thus the "World-Historical Individual.-, is devoted to the One Aim, regardless of all else.... But so mighty a form must trample down many an innocent flower —crush to pieces many an object in its path."912 Freedom, therefore, in all three senses described above, is the realization of the Weltgeist...
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Purim: Season of Miracles

Z. Fendel - 1997
...rescued an entire world" [Sanhédrin 37a]. SUPREMACY OF THE STATE "So mighty a form [as the State] must trample down many an innocent flower — crush to pieces many an object in its path" [Hegel]. 6 million killed. DEHUMANIZATION OF MAN "There is no such thing as the right to live, the...
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Malignant Self Love: Narcissism Revisited

Sam Vaknin - 2001 - Broj stranica: 478
...Moral claims which are irrelevant must not be brought into collision with World-historical deeds... So mighty a form must trample down many an innocent...flower crush to pieces many an object in its path." [GWF Hegel, "Lectures on the Philosophy of History"] "Such beings are incalculable, they come like...
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