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Part 1: The State §§ 261 - 271
Right vis-à-vis the State
b- The State as Manifestation of Idea or product of man
c- The Political Sentiment
Part 2. The Constitution §§ 272 - 286
b- Subjects and Predicates
d- Résumé of Hegel's development of the Crown
Part 3. The Executive §§ 287 - 297
b- Separation of the state and civil society
c- Executive 'subsuming' the individual and particular under the universal
Part 4: The Legislature §§ 298 - 303
b. The Estates
c. Hegel presents what is as the essence of the state.
d. In Middle Ages the classes of civil society and the political classes were identical.
Part 5: The Estates §§ 304 - 307
deduces birthright from the Absolute Idea
b. Hegel's Mediations
c. Real extremes would be Pole and non-Pole
d. The Agricultural Class
e. "The state is the actuality of the ethical Idea"
f. The Romans and Private Property
Part 6: Civil Society and the Estates §§ 308 - 313
Society and the Estates
b. Individuals conceived as Abstractions
c. Hegel does not allow society to become the actually determining thing
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