An American intellectual movement of the late 19th century, composed primarily of Prussian emigres who coalesced around the St. Louis Philosophical Society. Fused Hegelian and Transcendentalist ideas into a philosophy of education which remains influential, primarily through its influence on John Dewey.

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St. Louis Hegelians
Article by Richard Field in the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy, detailing the historical development and influence of this American philosophical school.
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