[ US /ˈhɛɡəɫ/ ]
  1. German philosopher whose three stage process of dialectical reasoning was adopted by Karl Marx (1770-1831)
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How To Use Hegel In A Sentence

  • So Hegel carefully distinguishes between the underlying principles of the Persian and the Roman empires.
  • In Hegelian aesthetics, the sacred art of the sublime can only be the art of poetry.
  • Whereas Hegel uses the dialectic to trace the development of the Geist, Marx would apply it to the development of Capital.
  • Like Hegel, Adorno criticizes Kant's distinction between phenomena and noumena by arguing that the transcendental conditions of experience can be neither so pure nor so separate from each other as Kant seems to claim.
  • Echoes of the subsequent post-Hegelian criticisms of Kantian transcendental philosophy are found in the early work of Horkheimer and Marcuse.
  • Idealists like Hegel and Fichte emphasized that our activities shape the way we see the world.
  • Bauer's late critique assimilated Hegel with Spinoza and the metaphysics of substance, understood as the negation of form and subjectivity.
  • In a more limited sense, Piaget, like Hegel, is attempting to transform Kantian ontology into a dialectical movement.
  • I remember coming across "sublate" in some English-language discussion of Hegel. Languagehat.com: SUBLATE.
  • His theory of place and time as defining structures of the mind anticipates Kant, his dialectical reasoning prefigures Hegel.
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