Crossword clues for hegel
- German metaphysicist
- "The Philosophy of Right" philosopher
- He purportedly said "Only one man ever understood me, and he didn't understand me"
- "Phenomenology of Spirit" author, 1807
- "The Philosophy of Right" author
- Georg who wrote "The Philosophy of Right"
- Philosopher who was the father of dialectical idealism
- German philosopher who wrote "The true is the whole"
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Hegel \Hegel\ prop. n. Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, a German writer (1770-1831).
Hegel is a surname, and may refer to:
- Frederik Hegel (1817–1887), Danish bookseller
- Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770–1831), German philosopher
- Idora Hegel (born 1983), figure skater
Hegel is the final album by the Italian singer-songwriter Lucio Battisti. It was released on 29 September 1994 by Numero Uno.
The album was Italy's 68th best selling album in 1994.
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770–1831) was a German philosopher.
Hegel may refer to:
- Hegel (surname)
- Hegel (album), final album by Italian singer-songwriter Lucio Battisti
Usage examples of "hegel".
Hegel to the belief that all the essentials of the manifest world could be deduced by dialectical reasoning, and this led to his confusing of logical deduction with historical procession.
For Hegel, a rational State in which individuals could realize absolute Spirit acting in and through them in a mutual community.
In other words, the Jungian archetypes are not the transcendental archetypes or Forms found in Plato, or Hegel, or Shankara, or Asanga and Vasubandhu.
Thus, for both Schelling and Hegel, Spirit goes out of itself to produce objective Nature, awakens to itself in subjective Mind, and then recovers itself in pure Nondual perception, where subject and object are one pure act of nondual awareness that unifies both Nature and Mind in realized Spirit.
And this is why Hegel maintained that the central defining characteristic of Reason (vision-logic) was its capacity to unify opposites and see identity-in-difference.
Hegel: Self-positing Spirit returns to itself in the form of global Reason, the culmination of History itself.
She could discuss Dostoevsky or Freud, Hegel or Brahms, Dow Jones or the Bolshoi Ballet in four languages, knew how to get a floorside table or instant theater ticket anywhere in New York, and had preferred accounts at Tiffany's, Bendel's, and Saks.