German idealism

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Movement in late eighteenth-and early nineteenth-century German philosophy according to which ultimate reality is mental or spiritual, or at least not physical. Kant, Hegel, Fichte, and Schelling are usually classed as German idealists, and Leibniz and Schopenhauer are sometimes included.


Subjects: Philosophy.

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