"Uvjerenje i ustav": Napomene o jednome ne samo hegelovskom problemu
"Conviction" and "Constitution"
Subject(s): Political Theory, Political Sciences, Philosophy of Law
Published by: Fakultet političkih znanosti u Zagrebu
Keywords: "Conviction"; "Constitution";
Summary/Abstract: The central problem of Hegel’s philosophy of law is how to unite the convictions of different individuals into the common will permanently directed towards achieving the common good. Hegel finds the solution in relating convictions to social roles. This pluralism of roles is reconciled with the loyalty to the constitution through a free development of group behaviour and the institutional linkage of private, group and common interests on all the levels of social organization. It was difficult for Hegel to anticipate that the private views could be mediated through common will owing to political organizations.
- Issue Year: XXV/1988
- Issue No: 04
- Page Range: 113-123
- Page Count: 11
- Language: Croatian