Hegel, Freud and Hemingway: PLUS + What would the world be without them?


WIf Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel had not existed, that would be a simple logic – the Hegelian philosophy did not arise around 1790 in Tübingen. This philosophy is called idealism, and Karl Marx, when he later turned his idol Hegel “upside down”, would not have been able to oppose the exactly mirror-image construction of historical materialism. Without Marxism one would not have been able to make a revolution in Russia, and without the Soviet Union and its leader Stalin – if some historians believe it – his alleged opponent Adolf Hitler would not have risen to absolute power.

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