The Idealist movement arose in German thought in the late 18th century with Kant's writings and the reaction to them. It went on to dominate much of 19th century thought in the German- and English-speaking worlds.
Article by William Turner from 1912, evaluating this school of thought.
Assorted information and links relating to Hegelian thought in Britain, America and Germany.
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