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A revived or modernized form of Hegelianism; any of various recent idealist philosophical theories or attitudes influenced by the thought of Hegel.
Late 19th century; earliest use found in Andrew Seth (1856–1931), philosopher. From neo- + Hegelianism, after neo-Hegelian.
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