Philosophy without Foundations: Rethinking Hegel


William Maker contends that Hegel’s philosophy is not consummately foundational and absolutist, but rather a nonfoundational philosophy which incorporates some contemporary criticisms of foundationalism without abandoning philosophy’s traditional goal of offering demonstrable, objective truth. 


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