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Index of Names

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This index presents a list of names relevant to the study of future Hegelian challenges. Hegel is a major source for the thesis of the intersubjective formation of self-consciousness considered as recognition. However, the theories of recognition that rely on Hegel seem to claim much more than the thesis. Since Hegel, in his Philosophy of Right, discusses the relation between persons at the level of 'Abstract Right', it is not surprising that they link the second form of recognition with 'Abstract Right'.

Keywords: Hegel; Philosophy of Right; self-consciousness



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