Hegel


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German philosopher whose three stage process of dialectical reasoning was adopted by Karl Marx (1770-1831)

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Entendemos que para Hegel, la interrelacion entre sujeto y objeto modifica la conciencia.
The thinking which encompasses both reasoning-in-itself and reasoning-for-itself, called "aprioristic thinking" by Hegel, is the freest form of thinking.
In that regard, the exhibition also provides an opportunity to reflect on what Hegel identified as one of the most innovative aspects of seventeenth-century Dutch realism and the foundation of its modernity.
It limits itself to German philosophy (with a touch of Kierkegaard), and within German philosophy it is the figure of Hegel that looms largest.
If the concept of Incarnation (God is Jesus/man is God) is considered a bridge to Humanism, it must be an awfully long bridge--the eighteen centuries between the apostle Paul and Hegel.
Johnson draws upon several philosophical accounts of subjectivity in "The Phenomenology of the Black Body," citing -- among others -- Hegel, Husserl, Heidegger, Ricoeur, Fanon, MerleauPonty, Sartre, and Du Bois.
Accordingly, the footing for Troeltsch's attack on Hegel lies in an understanding of historical methodology to which Ranke devoted most of his theoretical speculation.
Roger Kimball's comments on Hegel in your September issue raise troubling questions.
Hegel envisaged history as the unfolding of a world-spirit, divided within itself and in conflict through time, until mankind reached a point where consciousness, embodied in man, could achieve freedom through mastery of itself and nature.
Hegel interpreted the results of empirical science in ways that connect digestion and all it entails physiologically with other realms of animal and human assimilation of the external world.
Hegel (1770-1831), proposed a theory for understanding changes in human institutions even before Darwin penned On the Origin of Species in 1859.
Such characterizations are reinforced by constant claims of alleged similarities to Hegel, Marx, Marxist historians, Weber, even Trotsky.
Both Hegel and Marx were close students of Britain.
But it has also received criticism: the Left recognises that Marx, who also was a student of Hegel, is now demode (in Britain the C.
Hegel named CEO and President, overseeing the business units and the integration process into Compass