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By Tariq Ali, Daniel Bensaïd

Author note: David Fernbach (Translation)
Publish 12 months note: First released in August sixth 2013

n the vintage culture of the philosopher--activist, Daniel Bensaid tells the tale of a lifestyles deeply entwined with the background of either the French and the foreign Left. From his family members bistro in a staunchly crimson local of Toulouse to the founding of the Jeunesses communistes revolutionnaires within the Sixties, from the joyous explosion of could 1968 to the painful event of defeat in Latin the USA, from the re-reading of Marx to the "Marrano" path, Bensaid relates a lifetime of ideological and functional fight within which he unflinchingly sought to appreciate capitalism with out ever succumbing to its temptations.

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P. 268. p. x86. Theologische Jugcndschriftcn, pp. 381-2. HEGEL'S EARLY THEOLOGICAL WRITINGS 35 of the concept of 'alienation' (Entfremdung), which was destined to play a decisive part in the future development of the Hegelian philosophy. Hegel's discussion of religious first and lems strikes the pervasive note that the liberty a historical fact is the general political prob- unity and of the mod- loss of mark ern era and the factor that characterizes all conditions of privatq and societal life.

The mediation is the proper function of the living self as an actual subject, and at the subject. Life is same time the first it makes the living self an actual form in which the substance is conceived as subject and is thus the first embodiment of freedom. It is the first model of a real unification of opposites Not and hence the forms of first embodiment of the dialectic. however, represent such a complete virtue of his knowledge, can achieve man, by unity. * We have already indicated that for all life, Hegel a perfect union of subject and object is a prerequifreedom.

First, says Hegel, by undermining the false se- and manipulations of the unThe common-sense view is one of derstanding provide. ' 4 Satisfaction with the given state of reality and acceptance of its fixed and stable relations make men indifferent to curity that the perceptions the as yet unrealized potentialities that are not 'given' with the same certainty and stability as the objects of sense. Common sense mistakes is the accidental appearance of and persists in believing that there an immediate identity of essence and existence.

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