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after trial and error; this is his final standpoint. 9 Sept. 2012
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Hegel's philosophy of religion lectures did not go smoothly. In 1821 he got his ontological proof wrong. In 1824, he revised the proof but got it wrong again. In 1827, two years prior to these lectures; he got it right. His definitive position is represented here and centers, of course, on the subjective self reaching "pure speculative thought". Each lecture is very short and they are presented in proper order. You can digest the data in small bites which is helpful. This truly must be purchased by any follower of Hegel. Highly recommended.
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