- Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770-1831) : Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel believed the universe to be an interrelated unity, like Spinoza. Hegel called this unity the "Absolute", and he thought that human history and the human intellect progress via the dialectic process toward the Absolute. Please see also The Absolute

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