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Philosophy and Theology

Volume 7, Issue 3, Spring 1993

James P. Kow
Pages 249-287

A Systemic Principle of Interiority

My discussion of Hegel focuses direcrly upon the process of interiority at the centre of his thought. This process captures certain fundamental classical philosophical and religious themes in its gamut: knowledge, love, the Incarnation, and the Trinity. The central anti-reductionistic principle around which my examination of interioriry is developed is Hegel’s contention that the low or imperfect must be seen in the light of the high or perfect. I discriminate between the different ontological forms of this principle in the philosophies of Aristotle, Aquinas, and Hegel.

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