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HISTOIRE ET PHILOSOPHIE SELON HEGEL

Heinz KIMMERLE
Archives de Philosophie
Vol. 33, No. 4 (OCTOBRE-DECEMBRE 1970), pp. 787-799
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/43033221
Page Count: 13
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HISTOIRE ET PHILOSOPHIE SELON HEGEL
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Abstract

Progressivement Hegel a compris que la vérité philosophique, transcendante à l'histoire, n'existe cependant que dans le développement de l'histoire. Progressively Hegel understood that philosophical truth transcending history nevertheless develops only in history.

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