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The article focuses on Antonio Rosmini's criticism of Hegelian dialectics, by expounding and evaluating them. Moreover, some crucial features of both philosophers' conceptions of dialectics will be put in a synoptic relationship, in order to better understand the distance that separates them and to what extent they can be said to be irreconcilable.doi:10.15168/2385-216x/188 fatcat:vk3vsu6pjjh73o6qso2b7htedu