Squashed Philosophers - Hegel - The Philosophy of History
A large component of Hegel's philosophy entails a sense of eschatological progression in history (). While should not be confused strictly with mysticism, his writings certainly seems to suggest an almost mystical conception of philosophy that would influence the transcendentalists. He also had no problems with making logical contradictions while still valuing logical rationalism ( > valuing). This may be because he essentially sought to convert to an sphere where his strengths were. Furthermore, he also used a "master/slave dialectic", which has a / component that also plays into a Beta NF comfortability in constructed dialogue (see Nietzsche: IEI).