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stages, one constructive, the other destructive—The first process, the

idealizing of God—The second process, the emancipation of the idea

from all relations—The true rational idea of God one of negation—The

rational idea opposed to the Ideal-Are philosophy and religion neces-

sarily antagonistic ?— The hypothesis of the Incarnation conciliates

both-Christ is the Absolute and the Ideal-conciliates reason and

sentiment-Belief and Reason necessary to one another-No system of

thought without a postulate — The postulate of the Incarnation may be

turned into a demonstration—Elucidation of the difficulty of identify-

ing the Absolute with the Ideal—and of considering God as a Person

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CHAPTER VIII -

THE DOGMA OF MEDIATION

The advantage of the Hegelian trichotomy-dread Hegelianism-unrea-

sonable-Hegel's method destined to reconcile philosophy to religion-

The finite and the infinite supposed to be irreconcileable— The Incarna-

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