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Title: L'Esprit Saint selon Hegel
Author(s): BRITO, Emilio
Journal: Ephemerides Theologicae Lovanienses
Volume: 85 Issue: 4 Date: 2009
The present study begins first with the hegelian concept of God-Spirit. It then examines Hegel’s proposals concerning the Holy Spirit in the context that the Berlin Lessons on the Philosophy of Religion devote to trinitarian representation. Finally, this study considers the hegelian understanding of the relationship between the Holy Spirit and the Christian community. Aware of the specificity of the hegelian 'triadology', this study shows that the Father hardly plays a role in Hegel’s speculative approach of the Unicity of the Holy Spirit.