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Hegel criticizes the mode of reflection that is typical of the transcendental philosophy of his age. The present chapter explores the relevance of Hegel’s criticism with regard to contemporary transcendental philosophy. It is shown that, despite substantial modifications of Kant’s conception of transcendental philosophy, not least inspired by Hegel, contemporary transcendental philosophy absolutizes the logic of essence, more precisely, from the perspective of its mode of reflection, contemporary transcendental philosophy basically is an absolutized form of external reflection.

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