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  • Hegel’s Philosophy of History - Part III

    12 December 2021, by Robert Paris
    Part III: The Roman World Napoleon, in a conversation which he once had with Goethe on the nature of Tragedy, expressed the opinion that its modern phase differed from the ancient, through our no longer recognizing a Destiny to which men are absolutely subject, and that Policy occupies the place of the ancient Fate [La politique est fatalité]. This therefore he thought must be used as the modern form of Destiny in Tragedy – the irresistible power of circumstances to which individuality must (...)

  • Hegel’s Philosophy of History - Part I

    11 December 2021, by Robert Paris
    Introduction Part I: The Oriental World We have to begin with the Oriental World, but not before the period in which we discover States in it. The diffusion of Language and the formation of races lie beyond the limits of History. History is prose, and myths fall short of History. The consciousness of external definite existence only arises in connection with the power to form abstract distinctions and assign abstract predicates; and in proportion as a capacity for expressing Laws (of (...)

  • Hegel’s Philosophy of History - Part II

    10 December 2021, by Robert Paris
    Introduction Part I Part II: The Greek World Among the Greeks we feel ourselves immediately at home, for we are in the region of Spirit; and though the origin of the nation, as also its philological peculiarities, may be traced farther – even to India – the proper Emergence, the true Palingenesis of Spirit must be looked for in Greece first. At an earlier stage I compared the Greek world with the period of adolescence; not, indeed, in that sense, that youth bears within it a serious, (...)

  • BACON – HEGEL’S PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY

    7 December 2021, by Robert Paris
    BACON – HEGEL’S PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY There was already being accomplished the abandonment of the content which lies beyond us, and which through its form has lost the merit it possessed of being true, and is become of no significance to self-consciousness or the certainty of self and of its actuality; this we see for the first time consciously expressed, though not as yet in a very perfect form, by Francis Bacon, Baron Verulam, Viscount St. Albans. He is therefore instanced as in the (...)

  • Ignace Reiss assassinated by Stalin

    5 December 2021, by Robert Paris
    Leon Trotsky A Tragic Lesson (September 1937) In the death of Ignace Reiss there is an element of great tragedy. By breaking with the Comintern and the G.P.U. Reiss gave proof of his courage as a revolutionist. He knew better than anybody else the danger that threatened his transfer of allegiance from the camp of the Thermidorian hellhounds to the camp of revolution. Reiss’s conduct could have been dictated only by high ideological considerations, and thereby alone he has earned respect (...)

  • Dialectical Materialism and the Fate of Humanity

    4 December 2021, by Robert Paris
    C.L.R. James 1947 Dialectical Materialism and the Fate of Humanity Mankind has obviously reached the end of something. The crisis is absolute. Bourgeois civilisation is falling apart, and even while it collapses, devotes its main energies to the preparation of further holocausts. Not remote states on the periphery but regimes contending for world power achieve the most advanced stages of barbarism known to history. What civilised states have ever approached Nazi Germany and Stalinist (...)

  • Hegel’s Philosophy of History - Introduction

    3 December 2021, by Robert Paris
    Philosophy of History Introduction Geographical Basis of History. Contrasted with the universality of the moral Whole and with the unity of that individuality which is its active principle, the natural connection that helps to produce the Spirit of a People, appears an extrinsic element; but inasmuch as we must regard it as the ground on which that Spirit plays its part, it is an essential and necessary basis. We began with the assertion that, in the History of the World, the Idea of (...)

  • Leon Trotsky - Workers’ Control of Production

    29 September 2021, by Robert Paris
    Leon Trotsky Workers’ Control of Production (August 1931) In answering your question I will endeavor to jot down here, as a preliminary to an exchange of opinions, a few general considerations pertaining to the slogan of workers’ control of production. The first question that arises in this connection is: Can we picture workers’ control of production as a stable regime, not everlasting, of course, but of quite long duration? In order to reply to the question it is necessary to determine (...)

  • Hegel in English

    31 May 2021, by Robert Paris
    Hegel in English The Philosophy of Nature The Philosophy of Spirit The Science of Logic Hegel’s Phenomenology of Mind Elements of the Philosophy of Right Lectures on the Philosophy of History Lectures on the Philosophy of Religion Lectures on the History of Philosophy Encyclopaedia of the Philosophical Sciences (1830) Part One Hegel’s Encyclopaedia of the Philosophical Sciences in Outline The Doctrine of the Essence The Legacy of Hegel Critique of Hegel’s Philosophy in General, by (...)

  • Jim Crow in Los Angeles

    24 December 2020, by Robert Paris
    “Jim Crow in Los Angeles”, Hal Draper, 1947 Over a hundred thousand people in Los Angeles live in a concentration camp. Not the kind you read about over in Europe. No barbed wire, no gas chambers. That isn’t the only thing that makes a concentration camp. Racial segregation, restriction of liberty, brutality in uniform, vigilante storm-troopers on the loose – these make the concentration camps that exist in American cities, and in Los Angeles. They are the Jim Crow ghettos. Behind them is (...)

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