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Semblance of contingency


The problem of science, and especially of philosophy, undoubtedly consists in eliciting the necessity concealed under the semblance of contingency.

That, however, is far from meaning that the contingent belongs to our subjective conception alone, and must therefore be simply set aside, if we wish to get at the truth. All scientific researches which pursue this tendency exclusively lay themselves open to the charge of mere jugglery and an over-strained precisionism.

Hegel

.... and unexpected is a forme of necessity.