|Hegel's Thoughts on Fulfillment
Hegel's comments on fulfillment are very thin. He does say that, "Happiness is distinguished from well-being only in this, that happiness implies no more than some sort of immediate existence, whereas well-being is regarded as having a moral justification." Given that Hegel has said very little on immortality, we should not be surprised that he does not talk about the fulfillment in life and the reflections it will have after life.
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