• WordNet 3.6
    • adj Hegelian of or relating to Hegel or his dialectic philosophy
    • n Hegelian a follower of the thought of Hegel
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • Hegelian Of or pertaining to Hegel or his system of philosophy; propounded by Hegel: as, the Hegelian theory of universal history. See Hegelianism.
    • n Hegelian One who accepts the philosophical opinions of Hegel; a follower of Hegel.
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In literature:

The Hegelian fever was still very high at that time.
"My Autobiography" by F. Max Müller
ARNOLD RUGE (1802-1880) was the leader of the New Hegelian school, and published certain famous annuals for art and science at Halle.
"Atta Troll" by Heinrich Heine
The Hegelian system was, to speak briefly, a colossal miscarriage, and the last of its kind.
"Landmarks of Scientific Socialism" by Friedrich Engels
Miller, a Scotch Hegelian, seeks to meet this difficulty.
"An Introduction to the Philosophy of Law" by Roscoe Pound
Why is the notion of hypothesis so abhorrent to the Hegelian mind?
"Essays in Radical Empiricism" by William James
Hegelianism as much as Naturalism leaves man a prisoner in the hands of Fate.
"Thomas Carlyle" by Hector Carsewell Macpherson
BAUR (bour), Ferdinand Christian, German theologian, founder of the 'Tuebingen School' of theologians and Hegelian thinkers, born in 1792.
"The New Gresham Encyclopedia. Vol. 1 Part 3" by Various
It was a bold but unsuccessful attempt to plant the banner of the Hegelian Right on British soil.
"History of Modern Philosophy" by Alfred William Benn
He studied at Berlin, where he attached himself to the "Right" of the Hegelian school under P. Marheineke.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 3, Slice 4" by Various
He was an Hegelian Pantheist.
"A Biographical Dictionary of Freethinkers of All Ages and Nations" by Joseph Mazzini Wheeler

In news:

In the last decade, the world has witnessed genuine and false applications of the Hegelian evolutionary concept—which provides a basis to say that Hegel and his thinking have both helped and harmed the progress of mankind.
But the belief that God inheres in life itself suggests Taylor's Hegelianism and the dialectical fantasy that an indwelling "spirit" governs the material world.
But on Veterans Day I had to work full time on myself in order to combat the feeling of an epochal shift, in which my own poor molecules were being realigned in some bizarre Hegelian synthesis.