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Ideas y Valores
The aim of this paper is to examine, in those texts written by Hegel prior to the Phenomenology of Spirit, the way in which the struggle for recognition relates to the configuration of absolute ethical life, that is, the state in which the individual is recognized by another individual as well as by the community to which he/she belongs. With this in mind, some of the differences and continuities among the texts will be analyzed, in order to clarify and provide a better understanding of thedoaj:ff56fb1ff0d54c719c69b32338eb99c7 fatcat:pmbm3dlwzfcrzga74md5lc726y