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Both speculative realism and, for instance, McDowell's Pittsburgh Neo-Hegelianism, represent one kind of apolitical extreme, but something like Frankfurt School critical theory represents a deviation in the opposite direction where everything is political, and politics is so primary that it just blocks out of the picture very important philosophical considerations, again, of a more epistemological and ontological sort.
But, in his work since Nihil Unbound, his turn to the grandfather of Pittsburgh neo-Hegelianism, Wilfrid Sellars, strikes me as intriguing and full of a great deal of potential.
According to the author, during the 1920s British and European thinkers considered Gentile the most brilliant philosopher of education on the continent and the principal spokesman for Italian neo-Hegelianism. Gentile was Mussolini's first Minister of Public Instruction.
All serious students of Schmitt, Weber, the Frankfurt School, neo-Hegelianism, political representation, and the politics of technology will want to read it.
There are many aspects of recent history that do not accord with Fukuyama's neo-Hegelianism. He admitted on his recent tour of Europe that he had been surprised by the force of contemporary nationalism.