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distinctly Canadian?[edit]

It seems that the word "this" in "three pillars to this philosophy" refers to Hegelian Idealism, rather than Canadian Idealism. Are we to infer then that the word "Canadian" simply means "Hegelian Idealism as found in Canada" rather than anything truly constituting a "philosophical tradition"? --Richardson mcphillips (talk) 00:58, 24 February 2015 (UTC)

In fact the article on Philosophy in Canada explicitly says "There has since developed no particular "Canadian" school of philosophy. Rather, Canadian philosophers have reflected particular views of established European and later American schools of philosophical thought ...."