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Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel's proposal that there is some direct fusion between people and the world in which they live, and that without this connection, the two would not be entirely aware of one another.

ABSOLUTE IDEALISM: "Hegel's theories of absolute idealism touched only part of what idealism is about- other theorists such as Berkley had even more theories on idealism that compounded it's nature and made it ever more intriguing."

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