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  1. Hegel's idea: everything that is reasonable, i.e. right and true from the point of view of reason, is also valid from the point of view of reality; and vice versa – if something does not make sense for a person using his intellect, then it cannot be real (factual).

  2. Hi hi))

    There is a version in which, in short, it says that our world (reality) could not have been born so intelligently (correctly) by itself. Accordingly, there is something intelligent that created all this. And then we come to the conclusion that this reasonable really (exists).

    And personally for me this is nonsense)Since nature has become so not because it is reasonable, but because it had to (evolution, adaptation).

    Personally, I think he wanted to say: “everything that exists(really) has an explanation, reasons(reasonably)”

    The converse of this means the same thing (all reasons (reasonable) exist(valid))

    But this is just my opinion of what Hegel wanted to say

    P.S And if you think about it, how do I take it? I think this is some kind of nonsense) And even if there is a meaning, then some kind of delusional meaning

    I hope it helped)


  3. you can also answer this: everything that really exists and happens not just like that – but according to the action of real interests, forces and contradictions in society and nature, so everything that exists and happens-the expression of the action of these general forces both pole and minus-is reasonable,

    and if it is reasonable ( from the point of view of the reasonableness of the forces of nature and society) , then it really exists. This presupposes in Hegel's philosophy a certain fatalism of what is happening – that everything develops according to the program of fate, fate, and world Reason.

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