§ 47 The necessity of a particular constitution is made to depend on the condition of the people
§ 48 The State is the embodiment of rational freedom, realising itself in an objective form.
§ 49 The State is the Idea of Spirit in the external manifestation of human Will and its Freedom.
§ 50 We observe a union between the objective - the Idea, - and the subjective- the personality
§ 51 The definite substance that exists in the State, is the Spirit of the People itself.
§ 52 Freedom can exist only where Individuality is recognised as having its real existence in the
§ 53 While the State is based on Religion, Religion supposes the State already to exist.
§ 54 Religion is by no means a thing to be so produced; its self-production lies much deeper.
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