Hegel's is an intellectualist monism, explaining matter, sensation, personal individuality and will as forms of thought.
The book contains an intellectualist, static, determinist, abstractive trend.
At first a sensualist, like Condillac and Locke, next an intellectualist, he finally shows himself a mystical theosophist.
There is perhaps no serious misrepresentation involved in regarding a key-thought of this type, though not necessarily expressed in those verbal forms, as pervading such logic of the present as coheres with a philosophy of the absolute conceived from a point of view that is intellectualist throughout.
There is an intellectualist logic coalescent with an absolutist metaphysic as aforesaid.