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  1. No, because no philosophy is absolutely correct, it cannot correctly describe the whole world and all its laws. After all, the complexity of the world exceeds the mental abilities of the person who creates this or that philosophy. A person is smart enough to describe only some part of the universe and its laws, and some kind of philosophy is born. It will reflect some part of the truth correctly. It's probably best to try to find something true in every philosophy.

    Did Feuerbach say anything about Hegel: “As a means of stupidity, Hegel's philosophy is incomparable: this gibberish, this chatter, a set of words that, in its monstrous combinations, invites the mind to think impossible thoughts, blatant contradictions, and completely cripple the intellect.”

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