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Tópicos (México)

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ARIAS KRAUSE, Juan Ignacio  y  LANDAETA MARDONES, Patricio. The Imbalance of the Political Realm in Hegel. Tópicos (México) [online]. 2016, n.51, pp.139-158. ISSN 0188-6649.  http://dx.doi.org/10.21555/top.v0i0.765.

The political problem of civil society is based on its dual form of expression: first, in civil society the external character or purpose of the state is revealed and, second, a split occurs within the same state. Such problem appears contradictory (the outer and inner being at once) is presented in the political thought of Hegel, in order to overcome the dichotomies that in modern political theory appeared as insurmountable. In Hegel's idea of law, this overcoming is performed by an internalization of those elements that had previously been excluded from politics, such as the natural and the private domain, which emerge in civil society. Thus, this article discusses these elements in order to show how this movement of internalization and externalization of them constitute the event of politics.

Palabras llave : civil society; political imbalance; Hegel; state; philosophy of law.

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