Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

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Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel lived from 1770 to 1831. He was one of the greatest of the German idealist philosophers and was a disciple of Immanuel Kant. He insisted that revolutions were essential to human destiny and that revolutionary leaders were heroes in promoting reform.

Hegel's chief works were:

  • Phenomenology of the Mind (1807)
  • Philosophy of Right (1821)

His most important follower was Karl Marx

Hegelian Dialectic

Hegel's primary object in his dialectic is to establish the existence of a logical connection between the various categories which are involved in the constitution of experience.[1]

See also


The New American Desk Encyclopedia, Penguin Group, 1989


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