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A critique of Neo-Hegelian philosophy (critique of Giegerich)
« on: February 13, 2015, 01:53:35 AM »
I wrote the following article in 2000, but have updated it recently.

The Happy Neurotic Island of Modernity and Technology

Abstract: This essay discusses the hollow myth of modernity, including our focus on modern technology, and criticizes the thought of philosopher and psychologist Wolfgang Giegerich.

Keywords:  technology, 'puer aeternus', individual/collective, Friedrich Hegel, World Soul, individuation, Giegerich.

http://www.two-paths.com/beastrev.htm

M. Winther