Ars combinatoria, Hegel & Marx

For the sake of complete cross-referencing, here is a post from another blog I have not previously referenced on this one:

Philosophical languages, Romantic historicism, Hegel, Marx (posted on 6 August 2008, from a piece originally written 8 July 2006)

. . . which is a commentary on:

Cook, Daniel J. “Marx’s Critique of Philosophical Language,” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 42 (June 1982): 530-554.

See also my web page:

Hegel on Ars Combinatoria & Characteristica Universalis 

There are many critiques of his historical phenomenon, but Hegel is rarely brought into the equation.

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