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But the paradox of these pseudo Kantian positions on Hegel is, in the same way of the Kantianisms supporting them, that they oscillate between between ethical, epistemological or aesthetic Kantianisms, according to the random political position or academic tradition in which they emerged . For Kantianisms of epistemological type, with their illustrated trend, Hegel is a romantic obscurantist. For aesthetic type Kantianisms, of romantic trend, Hegel is an arch illustrated rationalist. English of Viennese type, and French of German type, respectively, abound in these clichés, rarely going beyond the level of manuals. For ethical Kantianism, in both its illustrated as well as romantic aspects, Hegel is the totalitarian spirit that has made succumb individuality, whether in the mystique of state power, or the oppression of the idea of totality, as appropriate. It is easy to suspect that if Hegel is so many contradictory things at once, it is more likely a finding of not knowing than of knowledge.