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G. W. F. Hegel

(1770—1831) German philosopher


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(1770–1831)

German philosopher. He is especially known for his three-stage process of dialectical reasoning (set out in his Science of Logic, 1812–16), which underlies his idealist concepts of historical development and the evolution of ideas; Marx based his theory of dialectical materialism on this aspect of Hegel's work.

Subjects: Philosophy.


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