The Philosophy of History

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Colonial Press, 1900 - Broj stranica: 457
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Stranica 19 - But even regarding history as the slaughter-bench at which the happiness of peoples, the wisdom of states, and the virtue of individuals have been victimized— the question involuntarily arises— to what principle, to what final aim these enormous sacrifices have been offered.
Stranica 17 - The History of the world is none other than the progress of the consciousness of Freedom ; a progress whose development according to the necessity of its nature, it is our business to investigate.
Stranica 45 - The State is the Idea of Spirit in the external manifestation of human Will and its Freedom. It is to the State, therefore, that change in the aspect of History indissolubly attaches itself ; and the successive phases of the Idea manifest themselves in it * as distinct political principles.
Stranica 82 - America is therefore the land of the future, where, in the ages that lie before us, the burden of the World's History shall reveal itself — perhaps in a contest between North and South America.
Stranica 312 - Serpent's head shall be bruised ; " but still more profoundly expressed where it is stated that when God saw that Adam had eaten of that tree, he said, " Behold, Adam is become as one of us, knowing Good and Evil.
Stranica 45 - ... of the rational, that is, the political condition of a people, the setting free of the successive elements of the Idea, so that the several powers in the State manifest themselves as separate, attain their appropriate and special perfection, and yet, in this independent condition, work together for one object and are held together by it — ie, form an organic whole. The State is thus the embodiment of rational freedom, realizing and recognizing itself in an objective form.
Stranica 58 - ... as the res gestae themselves; on the other hand it comprehends not less what has happened, than the narration of what has happened. This union of the two meanings we must regard as of a higher order than mere outward accident; we must suppose historical narrations to have appeared contemporaneously with historical deeds and events. It is an internal vital principle common to both that produces them synchronously.
Stranica 28 - Such individuals have had no consciousness of the general Idea they were unfolding, while prosecuting those aims of theirs; on the contrary, they were practical, political men. But at the same time they were thinking men, who had an insight into the requirements of the time — what was ripe for development. This was the very Truth for their age, for their world; the species next in order, so to speak, and which was already formed in the womb of time. It was theirs to know this nascent principle;...
Stranica 34 - God governs the world; the actual working of his government — the carrying out of his plan — is the history of the world.
Stranica 28 - ... from a concealed fount — one which has not attained to phenomenal, present existence, — from that inner Spirit, still hidden beneath the surface, which, impinging on the outer world as on a shell, bursts it in pieces, because it is another kernel than that which belonged to the shell in question.

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