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  • Title: Colour: Part Two: Thought and Will as Light and Darkness
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    • It is a one-sided view of the world to consider it, like Hegel, as
    • nature, which leans more towards the side of thought. Hegel's
    • What such men as Hegel and Schopenhauer, who are after all great and
    • When someone like Hegel regards the world, he really looks at the
    • lifeless mathematics. It is true Hegel used more pregnant concepts
    • him most was maturity and decay. Hegel's attitude to the world was
    • light, which is light-borne thought. That was Hegel's position. He
    • thought, darkness is nature in terms of will. Hegel leaned toward



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