"From Logic to Politics" is as a study of a promise: the promise of philosophy as universal science that could comprehend, connect and guide, and of politics made transparent for thinking. Hegel's "Philosophy of Right" is built on that promise, and set on the goal of grasping its time and providing the ground of modern politics in the idea of right. The fulfilment of this task is made possible in the light of the first, fundamental science, which for Hegel, has to replace metaphysics the "Science of Logic". This is, therefore, a study of the inner transformation of a logical doctrine into an ethico-political one. It attempts to answer the following questions: How does an onto-logical doctrine extend its central vision to the reality of human passion, action and self-interest? Can this be done and is this vision strong enough to sustain such an extension? What is the status of philosophical truth when exposed to the light, or darkness, of politics?