THE STATE AND THE LANGUAGE - THE HEGEL'S REVERSED PYRAMID (Panstwo i jezyk czyli o odwroconej piramidzie u Hegla)
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The paper describes the dependence of the structure of Hegel's conception of state on the language in its performative use. The theory of signs cannot be considered without the context of its social effects (as Jacques Derrida tried to analyze it). Also the 'deduction' of hereditary monarchy - considered on the backgrounds of the dialectic of a symbol - seems to be a necessary element of aesthetic structural fulfillment (which is a critique of Shlomo Avineri's account of monarchy). The 'pyramid' as a symbol-sign of Hegel's idea of unity of language and the social is central to understanding his ontology of the social being.
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