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SOUVERAINETÉ ET REPRÉSENTATION CHEZ HEGEL

Jean-François Kervégan
Revue Française d'Histoire des Idées Politiques
No. 14, Identités et spécificités allemandes (2e semestre 2001), pp. 321-336
Published by: L'Harmattan
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/24610546
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Abstract

Les concepts de souveraineté et de représentation sont, depuis Hobbes, au centre de la pensée moderne de l'État. Hegel, dans le contexte post-révolutionnaire, en remanie le contenu dans le sens d'une institutionnalisation des rapports entre l'État et une société civile désormais distincte mais inséparable de lui. En s'appuyant aussi bien sur les écrits politiques que sur la Philosophie du Droit, on montre que les solutions de Hegel rejoignent celles des politiciens réformateurs prussiens, mais qu'il ne partage pas la vision de la politique qui est la leur. The concepts of sovereignty and representation have lain at the core of the modern conception of the state since Hobbes. In the post-revolutionary context Hegel redirected their content towards the institutionalization of the relationship between the state and a civil society now both distinct and inseparable from it. Hegel's political papers as well as his Philosophy of Law show that his solutions come close to those of the prussian reformist politicians but that he does not share their view of politics.

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