Hegel, Marx, and Dialectic: A Debate [Book Review]

The Owl of Minerva 15 (2):207-211 (1984)

The philosophy of Hegel had been dominant, in a Neo-Hegelian decaying form, in Great Britain at the end of the last century. It was then challenged there by the neo-empiricisms of Bertrand Russell and G. E. Moore. Development in the United States was parallel, except that Neo-Hegelianism was knocked from its citadel by William James, Dewey, and to a much lesser extent by Peirce. Dewey retained some Hegelianism in his new naturalistic approach.
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