G. W. F. Hegel
German philosopher of absolute idealism, 1770–1831, for whom the real and the rational are identical. His work is especially noted for his dialectical analyses of history and ideas, in which each position is seen as a stage, a partial development on the way to the whole—the absolute.
KeywordsGerman Philosopher Ethical Life Partial Development Absolute Idealism Ethical Substance
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