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The category of original history is defined by:

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The four types of reflective history are:

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Hegel seems to heartily disapprove of which historical method?

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Hegel believes that history can teach us which lessons for the future?

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Which historical method involves a ‘universal viewpoint’ but not ‘a priori’ concepts?

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Hegel lists what as a ‘hostile hindrance’ to the progress of Spirit?

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Hegel considers his view of the concept of development to be:

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The nature of the stages of history in their most general sense is a subject for:

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Hegel cites Schlegel as a key proponent of which idea?

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Hegel uses what as a metaphor for Spirit:

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The first social consciousness of freedom was realized by:

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Hegel refers to history as:

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Hegel refers to historical figures like Julius Caesar as:

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Which two things come together as the means of history?

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What is Hegel referring to with the phrase, ‘the material in which the rational end-goal is to be realized’?

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Hegel explicitly rejects which models of the State?

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According to Hegel, world history should be concerned only with:

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Hegel refers to which historical figure in his discussion of the State?

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The term ‘Volksgeist’ refers to :

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Hegel refers to which figure in the context of a priori knowledge in historical study?

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Which of the following is the prerequisite for the emergence of philosophy?

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Spirit can be hindered by:

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What does Hegel say about the decline of the spirit of a given people?

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