The Hegelian dialectic
In his last text intended for publication, signed just a week before his death, Hegel was led to speak of a difficulty inherent in every philosophic exposition intended to be comprehensible to the public of its own day. By right, the simple presentation of the thought should suffice. Indeed, it alone would be adequate. At the very most, there might be added "negative reflections aimed at repressing and removing what otherwise might be introduced by the representation or a poorly ordered thought."
Weil, E. (1973)., The Hegelian dialectic, in J. J. O'malley, K. W. . Algozin, H. P. Kainz & L. C. Rice (eds.), The legacy of Hegel, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 49-64.
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