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Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich

Syllabification: He·gel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich
Pronunciation: /ˈhāɡəl
 
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( 1770–1831), German philosopher. In Science of Logic (1812–16) he described the three-stage process of dialectical reasoning, on which Marx based his theory of dialectical materialism.

Derivatives

Hegelian

Pronunciation: /həˈɡālēən/
adjective & noun
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  • Hegel and the Hegelians of the twentieth century were wrong.
  • This group became known as the Young Hegelians, or Left Hegelians.
  • More specifically, how, after the collapse of Hegelian philosophy, is philosophy still possible?

Hegelianism

Pronunciation: /həˈɡālēəˌnizəm/
noun
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  • So it is hard to see Hegelianism becoming a popular mass philosophy, for all its huge influence.
  • On the contrary, it was precisely from 1830 to 1840 that Hegelianism reigned most exclusively, and to a greater or lesser extent infected even its opponents.
  • However, I have been trained to fear Hegelianism… can you expand on this?

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