The question of what Hegel meant by speculation is an interesting one. Alan has presented his view here often. Having read M Westphal's account of thebillhord
This is my impression. As I understand them, Wil and João mean to view this problematic differently as indicated in their posts. - Alan ... From:ponikvaraj
Perhaps the truth of the "castration/language" problematic is this, that to reduce our relation to the world of which we are a part to one of language is anbillhord
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