Dignidade humana e liberdade em Hegel

This paper aims to expose that liberty as the guiding principle of Hegel’s Philosophy of Right is the expression of the dignity of the human person. It takes as starting point the notion of person of right, insofar as legal capacity, which attributes the fundamental equality of all as bearers of sub...

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Main Author: Weber, Thadeu
Format: Article
Language:Portuguese
Published: 2014
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Online Access:https://dialnet.unirioja.es/servlet/oaiart?codigo=7277385
Source:Espaço Jurídico: Journal of Law, ISSN 2179-7943, Vol. 15, Nº. 2, 2014 (Ejemplar dedicado a: ESPAÇO JURÍDICO JOURNAL OF LAW [EJJL]), pags. 387-398
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Summary: This paper aims to expose that liberty as the guiding principle of Hegel’s Philosophy of Right is the expression of the dignity of the human person. It takes as starting point the notion of person of right, insofar as legal capacity, which attributes the fundamental equality of all as bearers of subjective rights. It considers the right of morality, whereas right of knowing and wanting, as a fundamental dimension for preserving the dignity from the subjective standing point. It shows the ethical order, as long as it treats of the mediation of liberty in social institutions, as objective dimension of dignity.