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INTRODUCTION: THE CONCEPT OF WORLD HISTORY 3
THE TYPES OF TREATMENT OF HISTORY
THE IDEA OF HUMAN FREEDOM
The Fabric of World History18
The Concept of Spirit
The Progress of History
The End of History
Human Passions and the Divine Idea
THE NATURE OF THE STATE
The State and Geography
THE DIVISION OF WORLD HISTORY
TIDE COURSE OF WORLD HISTORY
The Oriental World
CHINA
The Historical Records of China
The Shu-Jing
The Main Elements in Chinese History
Characteristics of the Chinese State
Ethical Customs
The Sciences
Religion
INDIA1
The Principle of India
The Region of India
The Castes
Civil Legislation
The Religious Sphere
The State and its History
Astronomy and Art
India in the Framework of World History
Buddhism and Lamaism
PERSIA1
The Principle of the Persian Empire
The Geography of Ancient Persia
The Zend People, Language, and Books
The Religion of Light
Assyria and Babylonia
Sources for Persia and the Persian Empire
The Medes and the Chaldeans
The Founding of the Persian Empire by Cyrus
Features of the Persian Empire
Phoenicia
The Religion of Astarte and Adonis
The Jewish Religion
EGYPT
The Land of Enigmatic Marvels
Egyptian History
Features of the Land and Life of Egypt
Religion and the Cycle of Nature
Animal "Worship
How the Egyptians Envisaged Spirit
The Dead and Immortality
Private or Particular Purpose
Transition to Greece
The Greek World
THE PERIODS OF GREEK HISTORY
THE ORIGINS OF THE GREEK FOLK SPIRIT
Who Are the Greeks?
The First Social and Political Organization
The Constitution of Greece
THE MATURITY OF THE GREEK SPIRIT
The Persian Wars
Athens versus Sparta
DECLINE AND FALL
The Peloponnesian War
The Emergence of Thought
The Roman World
THE ROMAN SPIRIT
Introduction
The Origins of Rome
THE PERIODS OF ROMAN HISTORY
The Truth of the Idea
The Appearance of the Idea
Consequences of Christianity for Life and the State
THE DOWNFALL OF ROME
The Germanic World
INTRODUCTION
THE PERIODS OE THE HISTORY OF THE GERMANIC WORLD
THE PREPARATION OF THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES9
The Triumph of Particularity
THE MIDDLE AGES18
Medieval Christianity
The Crusades
The Turn to the External World and Nature
THE TRANSITION TO MODERNITY47
The Reformation
The Constellations of Europe After the Reformation
THE HISTORY OF MODERNITY61
CONCLUSION
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Hegel's Lectures on the Philosophy of World History

Hegel's Lectures on the Philosophy of World History

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