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Hegel's rights are not the same as Lockes

If we take the right to property as an example, the difference between Hegel’s and Locke’s 

The right to property in Hegel concerns Man as a Will, a Spirit, a Self-Conscious being. 

On the other hand, Man has property right in Locke because of his biological organic nature. 

Whereas Locke concentrated on the problem of possessing, enjoying, and distributing property, Hegel concentrated on the productive activity of the subject.

 The subject in Locke confronts nature in a dominating, instrumental manner, taking from it what satisfies its biological needs, but in Hegel both subject and object, or man and nature constitute each other in a dialectical process. 


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