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neo-Hegelianism

[ nee-oh-hey-gey-lee-uh-niz-uhm, -hi-jee- ]
/ ˌni oʊ heɪˈgeɪ li əˌnɪz əm, -hɪˈdʒi- /
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noun Philosophy.

Hegelianism as modified by various philosophers of the latter half of the 19th century.

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Origin of neo-Hegelianism

First recorded in 1915–20

OTHER WORDS FROM neo-Hegelianism

ne·o-He·ge·li·an, noun, adjective
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