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David Kolb
Bates College
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A discussion of the logical role of particular concepts in Robert Pippin's reading Hegel as a theorist of modernity, with special reference to the question whether modernity can be surpassed or left behind.
Keywords Hegel  Robert Pippin  Modernity
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