Lyotard and Hegel: what is wrong with modernity and what is right with the philosophy of right

History of European Ideas 29 (2):223-239 (2003)
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While Hegel's absolutist rhetoric disguises the contestability of his theorizing, his subtle, nuanced reading of modernity and social theory offers a more constructive and powerful approach to the continuing problems of modernity and the contemporary world than is acknowledged by Lyotard. (edited)

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Rupture, Closure And Dialectic.J. Flay - 1994 - Bulletin of the Hegel Society of Great Britain 29:23-37.

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