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With the large triangle you can move through the scientific universal system of Hegel:
Click on the center of the triangles = move one level higher.
Click on one of the 3 side triangles = move one level deeper.

Eight colors mark the different levels.
At the ninth step, the colors start repeating.

Question marks and square braquets indicate expansions that we made.

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Maurizio Canfora, Luxemburg (Biography, FAQ)
Kai Froeb, Munich (München), Germany
Paul Trejo, USA (Biography, FAQ)


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Links to other Hegel sites:

Hegel Wiki
Andy Blunden's Hypertext
Hegel Society of America: 
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Annette Schlemm's pages on Dialectics
Many more Hegel links...

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