Hegelianism

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Hegelianism refers to the philosophical tradition following in the footsteps of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel. Marxism is Hegelian in many respects, as is much of continental philosophy.

Immediately after Hegel[edit]

After the death of Hegel, two opposing philosophical schools quickly formed according to their general political alignment.

Right-Hegelians[edit]

Left-Hegelians[edit]

British Idealists[edit]

Analytic Hegelians[edit]