Georg Friedrich Wilhelm Hegel was an advocate of political “sacralization” and totalitarian political thought who produced a system of reflections that were to shape the political and religious thought of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. For him, political, philosophical, and religious convictions constituted a principled unity. In this chapter, the philosophy of Hegelianism as political religion is examined.
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