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I argue that Hegel appeals to the idea of an 'intellectual intuition' in his Encyclopedia Psychology and that this appeal has important ramifications for the received view of Hegel's mature philosophy. Hegel did not, in my view, break with Schelling over intellectual intuition in as decisive a way as has been claimed. Establishing this greater coftgntinuity between Hegel and Schelling will, I hope, bolster a minority opinion in the literature and highlight a critical yet underappreciated aspectdoi:10.57709/12548820 fatcat:hodrvqpwbjdengziwwutukexbq