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DATE

2013

AUTHORS

W. J. Mander

ABSTRACT

Over thirty years after his death in Germany in a foreign land most famed philosophically for its common sense empiricism and distrust of anything abstract or metaphysical, there occurred one of the most striking and surprising outbreaks to date of Hegelianism. From around 1865 onwards a species of neo-Hegelian idealism rose up rapidly to become the dominant form of philosophy in Britain. This chapter offers an introductory consideration of that school1 — most commonly referred to as ‘British Idealism’ — presenting, first, an outline of the basic history of the movement, second, an inventory of the several different kinds of material it gave rise to and, finally, some broader observations on the general character of this particular incarnation of ‘Hegelianism’. More... »

PAGES

165-176

Book

TITLE

Hegel's Thought in Europe

ISBN

978-1-349-45636-9
978-1-137-30922-8

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1057/9781137309228_10

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/9781137309228_10

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