By Gary Browning, Andrew Kilmister (auth.)
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In the Philosophy of Right, Hegel distinguishes three classes, the agricultural class, the business class and the universal class of public servants, all of which engender a social perspective, superseding mere individual self-interest. They embody solidarity in the pursuit of corporate interests. Within the business class, Hegel observes how corporations arise, which cater for the interests of particular trades and industries. Like Steuart, Hegel accords corporations a role in mediating the effects of market fluctuations and catering for the welfare needs of their members (Hegel 1967, pp.
It does maintain an ethical trust in the first class, thereby contributing to the achievement of a self-confident selfruling community. This system of classes recalls the scheme that Hegel designated in the preceding On the Scientific Ways of Treating Natural Law, on its Place in Practical Philosophy, and its Relation to the Positive Sciences of Right. In the System of Ethical Life, the government, which attends to the norms that maintain the absolute ethical life, is drawn from the absolute class.
Hegel on Economics and Freedom (Macon, GA: Mercer University Press, 1987). 1 Introduction Like Hegel, Marx criticises political economy both for failing to relate its insights to a broader set of social concerns and for failing to recognise its nature as a historically grounded system of thought and practice. Also, like Hegel Marx sees these two failures as interlinked. Classical economic thought was unable adequately to conceptualise the relationship between economic developments and political and social factors because of the way in which it viewed relationships and categories specific to capitalism as having wider historical validity.
Critical and Post-Critical Political Economy by Gary Browning, Andrew Kilmister (auth.)