Some Aspects of Hegel's Philosophy
The Philosophical Review, Vol. 5, No. 3. (May, 1896), pp. 263-277.
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SOME ASPECTS O F HEGEL'S PHILOSOPHY.
TH E misfortune of Hegel is that he is more criticised and
refuted than understood. There was a time when his
system was, even to philosophers of high merit, as impenetrable
as a rock of adamant. But yet critics were not wanting who
made short work of him, and held him up as an example of the
appalling consequences of frequenting the (( highpriori road."
Now, however, the circumstances are quite changed.
generally admitted that knowl