Critique of Hegel

Joan of Arc was, in her person and mission, the complete repudiation of Georg Friedrich Hegel

Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel identified one of the most pernicious tools of the underworld in its efforts to lead whole civilizations away from the Kingdom of God on earth, the Holy Catholic Church. That tool is the manipulation of our superficialities by setting novelties before us, novelties that shine and glitter. We move toward these… Continue reading Joan of Arc was, in her person and mission, the complete repudiation of Georg Friedrich Hegel

Critique of Hegel

Those Hegelian, Teilhard de Chardin Jesuits

This is what we have been saying. Hegel is under that rock labeled progressivism. We need to call him out. From a One Peter Five post on Teilhard de Chardin "The general framework (of Teilhard de Chardin) is a Hegelian progressivism in which, in spite of momentary setbacks and conflicts, the whole universe, with mankind… Continue reading Those Hegelian, Teilhard de Chardin Jesuits

Critique of Hegel

Liberal Logic is really Hegelian Logic

Notwithstanding the Marxist economic influence on the new socialists, we have an issue with what some describe as Cultural Marxism. We are frustrated, for example, when the talking heads debate the moral rights of free expression for gender ideology and Islam versus the moral rights of expression for traditional Christian beliefs. When confronted with inconsistencies… Continue reading Liberal Logic is really Hegelian Logic

Critique of Hegel

The Left and Hegel – only Monarchy can counter it

The reason we are able to categorize the spirit of "the Left" as Hegelian and why this is so important is this. Hegel's view, as described in his Philosophy of History, is that "Spirit" moves humankind progressively through stages toward Spirit's ultimate manifestation as perfect reason. Each stage in the (usually violent) dialectic renders the… Continue reading The Left and Hegel – only Monarchy can counter it

Critique of Hegel

The root problem is more than simply Cultural Marxism or Modernism – it’s Hegelian

Recently I have been looking at a few of the major philosophical influences that contribute to the crisis we have in the Church today and, as a result of the problems in the Church, in society at large. Many in the Church, if not most, see that men with evil designs have usurped our Church.… Continue reading The root problem is more than simply Cultural Marxism or Modernism – it’s Hegelian