Computational Fluid Dynamics: Principles and Applications by Jiri Blazek

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The aristocratic governments of the German states, and the Prussian government in particular, entertained a basic distrust of specula­ tive thought. but they were astute enough to promote those intellectual influences which they judged to vindicate their management of affairs and to reconcile their subjects to the exist­ ing arrangements. At heart they might have preferred the intellectual lifc of Germany to rcBect their own massive incrtia, perhaps by its shrinking to no more than a sycophantic and politically docile religiosity; in practice they may have wielded 22 The Mml alld his Work a suffocating censorship of philosophical or theological doctrines which implied even the remotest criticism of the established order; nevertheless they were ready to approve.

From the works directly cited or discernibly used in the writing of Der Einzige alone, it is indisputable that Stirner had prepared himselffor his comprehensive evaluation of existing German ideology by massive researches into the distinctive com­ plexion of the major philosophical coalitions of the day. Tile Mall alJd his Work His numerous contributions to the Rheinische Zeitung and the Leipziger Allgemeine Zeirutlg also testify to the breadth and intcnsity ofScimer's interest in contcmpoury cvents and ideas.

Must take its condign place in the fihal synthesis. The greatest philosophical momentum, however, came initially from the right wing of the Hegelian school. Prominent academics like The Mall (J/Id his Work Henning, editor of the Jahrbiicher flir wissetlschajtlicJle Kritik, the main organ of traditional Hegelianism; like Gabler, Scimer's former headmaster in Bayreuth and Hegel's successor in his Berlin chair; and like the philosophical jurist and arch�pponcm of the historical school of law, Eduard Gans, were among those in the 18)05 who were active in consolidating the inBuence of dialectical idealism in its more intransigem and socially conserva­ tive character, and who therefore adhered to what came to be termed the Hegelian Right.

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