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Hegel and the Development of Doctrine

In the 1807 “Preface” to¬†the¬†Phenomenology of Spirit, Hegel writes, “The more conventional opinion…does not comprehend the diversity of philosophical systems as the progressive unfolding of truth, but rather sees in it simple disagreements. The bud disappears in the bursting-forth of … Continue reading

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