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Hegelian meaning in Urdu

Hegelian Sentence

Hegelian style.

Hegelian Definitions

1) Hegelian : ہیجل کا : (adjective) of or relating to Hegel or his dialectic philosophy.


Useful Words

Platonic : افلاطونی , Jurisprudential : فلسفہ قانون سے متعلق , Dialectically : منطقی طور پر , Dialectician : ماہر جدلیات , Philosopher : فلسفہ کا ماہر شخص , Logic : منطق , Jurisprudentially : اصول قانون کی رو سے , Aesthetic : جمالیات , Materialism : نظریہ مادیت , Idealism : معنویت , Semiology : علم علامات , Teleology : غایاتیات , Subjectivism : داخلیت پسندی , Methodological Analysis : طریقیات , Rationalism : عقلیت پسندی , Transcendental Philosophy : علویت , Mechanism : فلسفیانہ نظریہ , Platonism : افلاطونیت , Scholasticism : فلسفیانہ نظام , Centrism : اعتدال پسندی , Relativism : نسبتیت , Aesthetics : جمالیات , Canon : بنیادی اصول , Comtism : آگسٹو کوم کا فلسفہ , Determinism : جبریت , Costal : پسلی کا , Stannic : قلعی کے متعلق , Ophthalmic : آنکھ کے بارے میں , Brachial : بازو سے متعلق , Celestial : آسمانی , Marine : سمندر سے متعلق

Useful Words Definitions

Platonic: of or relating to or characteristic of Plato or his philosophy.

Jurisprudential: relating to the science or philosophy of law or a system of laws.

Dialectically: in a dialectic manner.

Dialectician: a logician skilled in dialectic.

Philosopher: a specialist in philosophy.

Logic: the branch of philosophy that analyzes inference.

Jurisprudentially: in respect to jurisprudence or the science or philosophy of law.

Aesthetic: (philosophy) a philosophical theory as to what is beautiful.

Materialism: (philosophy) the philosophical theory that matter is the only reality.

Idealism: (philosophy) the philosophical theory that ideas are the only reality.

Semiology: (philosophy) a philosophical theory of the functions of signs and symbols.

Teleology: (philosophy) a doctrine explaining phenomena by their ends or purposes.

Subjectivism: (philosophy) the doctrine that knowledge and value are dependent on and limited by your subjective experience.

Methodological Analysis: the branch of philosophy that analyzes the principles and procedures of inquiry in a particular discipline.

Rationalism: (philosophy) the doctrine that knowledge is acquired by reason without resort to experience.

Transcendental Philosophy: any system of philosophy emphasizing the intuitive and spiritual above the empirical and material.

Mechanism: (philosophy) the philosophical theory that all phenomena can be explained in terms of physical or biological causes.

Platonism: (philosophy) the philosophical doctrine that abstract concepts exist independent of their names.

Scholasticism: the system of philosophy dominant in medieval Europe; based on Aristotle and the Church Fathers.

Centrism: a political philosophy of avoiding the extremes of left and right by taking a moderate position or course of action.

Relativism: (philosophy) the philosophical doctrine that all criteria of judgment are relative to the individuals and situations involved.

Aesthetics: (art) the branch of philosophy dealing with beauty and taste (emphasizing the evaluative criteria that are applied to art).

Canon: a rule or especially body of rules or principles generally established as valid and fundamental in a field or art or philosophy.

Comtism: Auguste Comte`s positivistic philosophy that metaphysics and theology should be replaced by a hierarchy of sciences from mathematics at the base to sociology at the top.

Determinism: (philosophy) a philosophical theory holding that all events are inevitable consequences of antecedent sufficient causes; often understood as denying the possibility of free will.

Costal: of or relating to or near a rib.

Stannic: of or relating to or containing tin.

Ophthalmic: of or relating to the eye.

Brachial: of or relating to an arm.

Celestial: of or relating to the sky.

Marine: of or relating to the sea.