Hegel’s Triadic Doctrine of Cognitive Mind

Idealistic Studies 2 (3):208-228 (1972)
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Midway in the process of inquiring about what it means “to know,” Socrates is stopped short by a thought that seems to render the whole undertaking questionable.



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