Nineteenth Century Philosophy

German Idealism

What is German idealism?

It was the philosophical perspective developed in the nineteenth century that reality is not physical but psychic, or mental. Its main author was Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770–1831). There were also British and American versions of Hegelian thought.


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