Hegel or Bruno Bauer? Plato’s Cave and Two Reviews of Hegel’s Lectures on the Philosophy of Religion

The Owl of Minerva 21 (2):230-235 (1990)
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Abstract

Reviews have something in common with the structure of reflection. Just as a reflection can in turn be made the object of a reflection, a review also can in turn be made the object of a further review - and so on ad infinitum, as Hegel was frequently accustomed to say. The fact that there is an evident risk of such a progression ad infinitum, once one embarks on the path of reviewing a review, should not, however, prevent one from taking at least the first step along this path when it is necessary to do so.

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