In Real Words: Language and System in Hegel. University of Toronto Press. pp. 96-103 (2007)

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Jeffrey Reid
University of Ottawa
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Hegel's critique of Solger's theory of irony, through his review of the latter's posthumous writings and correspondence, shows that while he distinguishes Solger's irony over that of Fr. Schlegel, the literary forms that Solger's work takes reveals the lack of mediation and content in his philosophical expression: the linguistic forms that Hegel associates with Spirit.
Keywords Hegel  Solger  irony  Schlegel
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