The best I think of the German Idealists was Kant and Hegel. However the school of thought of Dr. Kelley Ross though a very late and recent development is also pretty important. [It makes important use of Popper and Schopenhauer.] The question is how different is it than Hegel? They Dr Ross has knowledge of the Dinge An Sich–but so does Hegel by means of a dialectical process. In place of that Dr Ross uses Popper’s falsification.—So my question is this: Is not that exactly the same thing as Hegel but in different words?