Ideas from 'Introduction to the Philosophy of History' by Georg W.F.Hegel [1840], by Theme Structure

[found in 'Introduction to the Philosophy of History' by Hegel,Georg W.F. (ed/tr Rauch,Leo) [Hackett 1988,0-87220-056-6]].

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1. Philosophy / C. History of Philosophy / 4. Later European Philosophy / d. Nineteenth century philosophy
Hegel inserted society and history between the God-world, man-nature, man-being binary pairs
                        Full Idea: Before Hegel, people thought in binary oppositions of God and the world, man and nature, man and being. After Hegel an intervening world of society and history was inserted between these pairs.
                        From: report of Georg W.F.Hegel (Introduction to the Philosophy of History [1840]) by Rüdiger Safranski - Nietzsche: a philosophical biography 05
                        A reaction: This is what Popper later called 'World Three'. This might be seen as the start of what we islanders call 'continental' philosophy, which we have largely ignored. Analytic philosophy only discovered this through philosophy of language.