This short conclusion briefly summarizes the need for a substantive response to the problem of free will, even from a Hegelian social perspective. The interpretation defended in the work is profiled against prominent non-metaphysical interpretations of Hegel, and Hegel's defense of free will is differentiated from Kant's.
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