Synonyms for hegelian or Related words with hegelian


Examples of "hegelian"
However, in this final exchange with the Hegelians, he criticised the Hegelian school in a way that has become unforgettable. In that booklet David Strauss invented terms still in use today: a Right Hegelian would uncritically defend all positions of orthodox Christian theology, he said, while a Left Hegelian takes a liberal and progressive approach to Scripture. A "Centrist Hegelian" would take the middle road and try to honor both: whatever was rational in theological thinking as well as free scientific thought.
In his philosophical views, Dembowski was a leftist Hegelian.
Philosophers within the camp of the Hegelian right include:
Fichtean/Hegelian dialectics is based upon four concepts:
Auguste Nefftzer considered himself a Hegelian and was attracted to German criticism in Biblical studies.
His thesis advisor was his fellow Young Hegelian and personal friend, Bruno Bauer.
America saw the development of a school of Hegelian thought move toward pragmatism.
"Thematic Dialectic: A Revision of Hegelian Dialectic," in "International Philosophical Quarterly" 417: 20 (1980)
Hess blended secular as well as religious philosophy, Hegelian dialectics, Spinoza's pantheism and Marxism.
Other thinkers or historians who may be included among the Hegelian right, with some reservations, include:
In contradiction to Hegelian idealism, Karl Marx presented dialectical materialism (Marxist dialectic):
Accused of being a so-called "Right Hegelian" (cf. David Strauss, "In Defense of My 'Life of Jesus' Against the Hegelians", 1838), he was later accused of being a "Left Hegelian" because of his association, or rather his early leadership, of the Young Hegelians. Yet the labels of 'Left' and 'Right' were only placed on Bruno Bauer by others; never by himself. Bauer considered himself simply a Hegelian.
Perlman helped promote institutionalism and Hegelian historicism as important theoretical approaches to the study of economics, labor and labor unions.
Schulze was an ardent Hegelian and edited Hegel's "Phänomenologie des Geistes" (2d ed. 1841), and some of Winckelmann's works.
1987. “Kantian Antinomy and Hegelian Dialectic”, Stephen Priest, ed., "Hegel’s Critique of Kant", Oxford, Clarendon, 87–101.
“The Hegelian Roots of S. L. Frank’s Ethics and Social Philosophy,” The Owl of Minerva, Vol. 25 (1994): 195-08.
Karl Schmidt was the last notable Young Hegelian, and arguably the most obscure of the notable Young Hegelians.
Honorable mention: Marshall Brown, University of Colorado, for "The Logic of Realism: A Hegelian Approach" (March 1981)
In metaphysics, a universal is a type, a property, or a relation. The noun "universal" contrasts with "individual", while the adjective "universal" contrasts with "particular" or sometimes with "concrete". The latter meaning, however, may be confusing since Hegelian and neo-Hegelian (e.g. British idealist) philosophies speak of "concrete universals".
Richard Kroner (8 March 1884 in Breslau – 2 November 1974 in Mammern) was a German neo-Hegelian philosopher, known for his "Von Kant bis Hegel" (1921/4), a classic history of German idealism written from the neo-Hegelian point of view. He was a Christian, from a Jewish background. He is known for his formulation of Hegel as 'the Protestant Aquinas'.