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This can be basically borne out through the tragic destiny of Hegel's good friend Holderlin. The gulf among Hegel's Berne perspectives and the nation of society used to be widened nonetheless extra by means of the process the French Revolution itself. This had reasons: at the one hand, the interior common sense of the category struggles in France itself and, nonetheless, the consequences of the wars waged by means of the French Republic in keeping with the intervention of the absolutist feudal powers. the good turning-point of the French Revolution, the occasions ofTher­ midor ( 1 794) , got here whereas Hegel was once nonetheless in Berne. it sounds as if to not have made any decisive rapid influence on him. we've seen how he welcomed the reprisals directed opposed to the fans ofRobespierre, yet this does not more than conf1rm the space isolating him from the rad­ ical, plebeian wing of the French Revolution. yet we can't realize any switch in his republican and innovative perspectives after Thermidor. firstly look it is a amazing truth, however it may be defined either through the process the Revolution itself and by way of the younger Hegel's personal stand­ aspect. the inner background of France lower than the listing used to be a relentless ninety three 94 THE younger HEGEL balancing act via the bourgeois republicans who wanted to protect and consolidate their profits, profits crucial for the bourgeoisie, and who have been stuck among royalist makes an attempt to show the clock again and efforts via the rump of the novel events to increase the plebeian part of the Revol­ ution. The leaders of the bourgeois republicans have been again and again pressured right into a transitority alliance with one or different of those extremes and the re­ sulting instability finally expressed itself in a necessity for army dicta­ torship. for that reason Napoleon Bonaparte's coup d 'hat on nine N ovemher 1 799· much more very important for an realizing of the interval is an research of the social implications of Thermidor itself. not like the liberal historians and the Trotskyites, their counter-revolutionary parrots, Marx defines the social content material of Thermidor with impressive clar­ ity: 'After the autumn of Robespierre the political Enlightenment . . . which were rhapsodic hitherto, started to rework itself right into a prosaic rea­ lity. less than the govt of the listing, bourgeois society, freed via the Revolution from the trammels of feudalism and off1cially recog­ nized even with the Terror's desire to sacrif1ce it to an historical kind of political existence, broke out in strong streams of lifestyles. The hurricane and rigidity of industrial firm, the trend for wealth, the rush of the hot bourgeois existence, whose first self-enjoyment continues to be audacious, heed­ much less, frivolous and intoxicating; a true enlightenment of French landed estate whose feudal kinds have been smashed via the hammer of rev­ olution and which had develop into the item of all-round cultivation due to the feverish strength of its many new vendors; the 1st stir­ earrings of an emancipated industry-these are a number of the mani­ festations of the new-born bourgeois society.

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