neo–Hegelianism

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Neo–Hegelianism

Definition of neo–Hegelianism

  1. 1 :  the philosophy of a school of chiefly British and American idealists following Hegel in his logical method and emphasizing organismic rather than atomistic conceptions

  2. 2 :  one of a group of philosophical theories based on Hegelian principles advanced especially by German and Italian philosophers

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Origin and Etymology of neo–hegelianism

ne- + hegelianism


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