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Hegelianism is a collective term for a great variety of philosophical positions that developed in connection with the philosophy of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, primarily in the German-speaking world, especially in Prussia in the runup to the March Revolution (Vormärz). In the 1830s, Hegel’s considerable influence continued to be felt through many of his students, who were supported by the academic hiring policy of the Prussian Ministry of Culture under K. vom Stein zum Altenstein. At this time, the basic concepts of Hegel’s phi…

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Lehmann-Brauns, Sicco, “Hegelianism”, in: Encyclopedia of Early Modern History Online, Editors of the English edition: Graeme Dunphy, Andrew Gow. Original German Edition: Enzyklopädie der Neuzeit. Im Auftrag des Kulturwissenschaftlichen Instituts (Essen) und in Verbindung mit den Fachherausgebern herausgegeben von Friedrich Jaeger. Copyright © J.B. Metzlersche Verlagsbuchhandlung und Carl Ernst Poeschel Verlag GmbH 2005–2012. Consulted online on 21 July 2024 <http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/2352-0272_emho_SIM_020772>
First published online: 2015
First print edition: 20180915

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