Hegel’s conception of the Family in the Phenomenology of Spirit and the Elements of the Philosophy of Right

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Hegel’s conception of the Family in the Phenomenology of Spirit and the Elements of the Philosophy of Right

Write 6 pages, double-spaced on Hegel’s conception of the Family in the Phenomenology of Spirit and the Elements of the Philosophy of Right.

The paper should address the following 2 questions:

1. How does Hegel’s account of the ancient Greek family in Phenomenology of Spirit differ from the modern nuclear family in Philosophy of Right? (The paper should draw connections between the two texts, but focus more in depth on Phenomenology of Spirit.)

2. What is the status of women in the Family as described in Phenomenology of Spirit?

The two texts that should be cited and discussed in this paper are Phenomenology of Spirit (focus on the sections (BB) Spirit and (CC) Religion) and Philosophy of Right (focus on Part III: Ethical Life). I have attached both texts to this order.

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