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Engels - Socialism: Utopian and Scientific

Unless you have read Marx and/or Engels before, forget everything you think you know about Marxism. While there are many valid criticisms to make of Marx, they are probably not the criticisms with which you are familiar. 837 more words


Friedrich Nietzsche

All things are subject to interpretation. Whichever interpretation prevails at a given time is a function of power and not truth. ― Friedrich Nietzsche


The General Description of The Absolute

__/—The Absolute as Such—\__

Absolute as Process and Result

The Absolute as such is everything with no remainder. It is the absolute sublation in which all determinations and their contradictions are cancelled and preserved in the ultimate… 1,729 more words


Videos about Soren Kierkegaard

Soren Kierkegaard wrote about his experience at the University of Copenhagen while studying there from 1830-1841.

Denmark was deciding to follow the German national dialogue taking place surrounding the writings of Immanuel Kant 1724–1804, Johann Goethe 1749-1832, Johann Fichte 1762–1814, and Georg Friedrich Hegel 1770–1831. 312 more words


Hegel - Democracy as its Opposite (the French Revolution)

What do we mean when we say “freedom?” Do we mean freedom to live in peace and quiet? Freedom to live under a government with checks and balances? 396 more words