HEGEL’S CIVIL SOCIETY CONCEPT AND THE CONTEMPORARY NOTION ABOUT IT
In the article the author considers the Hegel’s concept of the civil society and offers contemporary notions about it. Civil society is a pluralistic, self-developing system. Hegel’s notions about main points of civil society are presented. Modern notion of the civil society is presented as well. Civil society is based on citizen’s freedom in the economic, political, social, cultural spheres.
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