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  • n. Alternative form of Hegelianism.


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Hegel +‎ -ism


  • This is indeed why socialism is the road to serfdom, and the "State as God", as in Hegelism. by

    Grey and Drizzling in America

  • "Now this, only a thousand-fold enhanced, was the effect upon me of the gas: and its first result was to make peal through me with unutterable power the conviction that Hegelism was true after all, and that the deepest convictions of my intellect hitherto were wrong."

    FallNews - Unreadable.....

  • There is sweet wisdom in this book, wisdom that is eternal, being simple; and near may not come the ugliness of positivism, nor the horror of pessimism, nor the profound greyness of Hegelism, but merely the genial love and reverence of a beautiful-minded woman.

    Confessions of a Young Man

  • When Hegelism was the state philosophy, he tried hard to understand it, but dismissed it with the sentiments expressed by a French officer to his tailor, who refused to take the trousers he had ordered to be made very tight because they did not fit so closely that he could not get into them.

    Youth: Its Education, Regimen, and Hygiene

  • He had never read Victor Cousin, or any of the great German lights; and a feeling of despair took possession of him when his sweetheart's poetry degenerated into diluted Hegelism, or rose to a feeble imitation of

    Vixen, Volume III.


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