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Chemism is a term in Hegelian philosophy for the "mutual attraction, interpenetration, and neutralisation of independent individuals which unite to form a whole."

In his Science of Logic, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel wrote:

"Chemism constitutes in objectivity as a whole, the moment of judgment, of the difference that has become objective, and of the process. Since it already begins with determinateness and positedness and the chemical object is at the same time an objective totality, its immediate course is simple and is completely determined by its presupposition."


  1. This article incorporates text from the public domain 1907 edition of The Nuttall Encyclopædia.
  2. Chemism at the glossary.
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