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W. F. Hegel, Lectures on the History of Philosophy: Plato and the Pla- tonists, Lincoln (Nebraska) 1995, p. 209. 188 | Gorge Hristov to each other. An example of this is the difference Hegel makes between the ancient Greek and Christian religion. Whereas the multiplicity of gods in antiquity expresses spirit that is scattered in many divine figures, the Christian religion announces spirit in its unity, where God is both internally differentiated in trinity and at the same time unitary. The Greek apprehen- sion of the divine ripped the moments out of their