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This chapter examines the spiritualist conception of world in Hegel’s philosophy of world history. It explores how Hegel foregrounds the reality of violence in his optic of world history, the important role of culture in the justification of violence in relations between states, and how this account of cultural capital is superior to the account of world literature as a struggle over literary values.

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