Hegel's denial of immediacy

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Historical and cultural mediation of seemingly freestanding totalities

Another is Hegel's claim that any immediate appearance is in fact mediated, both in the sense that there are various processes that have brought it about, and in the sense that it only appears as such when it has already been brought under varying types and levels of conceptual and social unities.

I rely on this for results similar to the Kantian and phenomenological points.

But in addition I rely on this to argue