How Absolute is Hegel's Absolute Knowing?

The Owl of Minerva 30 (1):33-50 (1998)
I show first that freedom is the lever that brings about the sublation (Aufhebung) of religion into absolute knowing. Then I prove that exteriority, with its intrinsic contingency and opacity, is an essential moment of absolute knowing
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