Conclusion: The Empty Sepulchre
In the preceding we have attempted to explicate the manner in which spculative or philosophic presentation is a subjective act arising out of the absolute need for self-knowedgc by spirit. Of course this act is by no means arbitrary or simply willful, for it occurs at a determinate moment within the educational history of spirit and is situated by that absolute which is already close to us. It is the meaning which we attach to this occurring and situating which has occupied much of the foregoing discussion, and it cannot be denied that even in this conclusion our discussion persists in raising more questions than can be answered.
KeywordsSpeculative Science Artistic Representation Educational History Individual Essentiality Critical Interest
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