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The Philosophy of History
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
With Prefaces by Charles Hegel and the Translator, J. Sibree, M.A.
“The History of the World is not intelligible apart from a Government of the World.” — W. V. Humboldt



Kitchener
2001

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Table of Contents
Translator’s Introduction ........................................................ 5 Charles Hegel’s Preface ....................................................... 11 Introduction. ......................................................................... 14 Geographical Basis of History. ......................................... 96 Classification of Historic Data ........................................ 121 Part I: The Oriental World ................................................. 128 Section I: China .............................................................. 132 Section II: India .............................................................. 156 Section II. (Continued). India Buddhism. ..................... 185 Section II: Persia. ............................................................ 191 Chapter I. The Zend People ........................................ 194 Chapter II. The Assyrians, Babylonians, Medes, and Persians. ................................................................... 200 Chapter III. The Persian Empire and its Constituent Parts. ................................................................................. 206 Persia ........................................................................ 207 Syria and the Semitic Western Asia ......................... 209 Judaea ...................................................................... 213 Egypt ........................................................................ 217 Transition to the Greek World ................................. 240 Part II: The Greek World...

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