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In what book did Heinrich Moritz Chalybäus write about his theory of the Hegelian Dialectic?
I’ve been looking on google scholar and google books for about an hour, this must be the kind of thing you have to get by word of mouth rather than research,
“Historical Development of Speculative Philosophy from Kant to Hegel.”
You might be interested in comparing his “World Ether” notion of unfoldment principle with what Dr. Marc Seifer brings forth in “Transcending the Speed of Light.” Chalybaus’ project to ground Hegelian idealism finds some confirmation in the Seifer-conveyed notion that “…when velocity reaches infinity [speed of light in a vacuum], it becomes something else…an extension….” For Chalybaus, this something else is perhaps equivalent to Light’s ipseity, or what later Heidegger called self-disclosure in the light of mystic (e.g., Hoelderlin’s) poetry.
“Light Is a Living Spirit,” O. M. Aivanhov, also along this line, as is
“Paths of Light and Darkness,” Mark Prophet.
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