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Hegelian atheism according to which Being itself is essentially temporal (Being-Becoming) and creates
itself insofar as it is discursively revealed in the course of history (or insofar as it is history: revealed
Being=Truth=Man= History), and if one does not want to sink into skeptical relativism which ruins the
very idea of Truth and thus ruins the quest for it or philosophy, it is necessary to flee the absolute
solitude and isolation of the "garden" as well as the restricted society (relative solirude and isolation) of
the "Republic of Letters," and, like Socrates, frequent not the "trees and cicadas" but the "citizens of the
City" (cf. Phaedrus). !f Being creates itself, ("becomes") in the course of history, it is not by isolating
oneself from history that one can reveal it (transform it by discourse into Truth that man possesses in
the form of Wisdom).

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Hegelian atheism according to which Being itself is essentially temporal (Being-Becoming) and creates itself insofar as it is discursively revealed in the course of history (or insofar as it is history: revealed Being=Truth=Man= History), and if one does not want to sink into skeptical relativism which ruins the very idea of Truth and thus ruins the quest for it or philosophy, it is necessary to flee the absolute solitude and isolation of the "garden" as well as the restricted society (relative solirude and isolation) of the "Republic of Letters," and, like Socrates, frequent not the "trees and cicadas" but the "citizens of the City" (cf. Phaedrus). !f Being creates itself, ("becomes") in the course of history, it is not by isolating oneself from history that one can reveal it (transform it by discourse into Truth that man possesses in the form of Wisdom). Name: Description: ...
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