Of course, thinking of our time was not satisfied with his irrealizatsiey God and by reducing it to a moral principle. The most important trend in post-Kantian philosophy, was the desire to ensure that restore the absolute as such, ie. E. They do not 'us' or at least not only exists in us. Inherited the name 'God' should have been saved for the sake of the depth of the content behind it, but so that each of its connection with the specifics of our life as an open for bozhest-governmental phenomena become meaningless. So, what had no doubt of such thinkers as Plato and Plotinus, Descartes and Leibniz - the reality beholding or contact, which directly determined by our being - completely removed from Hegel's world (apart from his yunoshes-cal works, which tend to a completely different direction). 'Spiritual, what we call God' and that 'the only real', is essentially available only to reason, but not the man in his integrity, living their particular life. The radical abstraction, which, according to Hegel, starts philosophizing, allows the disappearance, along with all other realities present being also really 'I' and 'you'. .. The absolute, universal reason, the idea that is 'God', are, according to Hegel, as generally all existing and ongoing in nature and history, and that relates directly to the person to achieve self-realization and self-perfect; but they never come into the real, immediate relationship with us as we do not provide any connection with them.