Articles and studies about the work of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770-1831).
Avineri, Shlomo: "Hegel's Theory of the Modern State"
An excerpt from chapter 5 of this work. Uses some of Hegel's little-known early works to analyze his view of property.
Before Beyond Function
A detailed appraisal of Hegel's thinking on architecture, based primarily on Hegel's "Lectures on Aesthetics". By David Kolb.
Foreword to OUP Edition of "The Logic"
Preface to the 1973 reissue of Wallace's translation of Hegel's "Shorter Logic". By J. N. Findlay.
French Hegel: From Surrealism to Postmodernism
Robert Bernasconi reviews this book by Bruce Baugh. From Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews.
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
A detailed account of the development of Hegel's doctrine through his various works. Composed by Paul Redding, from the Stanford Enciclopedia of Philosophy.
Hegel, Nietzsche, and Philosophy: Thinking Freedom
Robert Williams reviews this book by Will Dudley. From Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews.
Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Entry on Hegel, by David Duquette. Includes biography, bibliography, discussion of major aspects of Hegel's work, and a detailed study of the Philosophy of Right.
The Organisation of the Logic: Being, Essence, Concept
Essay by Jean Hyppolite about Hegel's "Logic". From "Logic and Existence".
Ross, Kelly: "G. W. F. Hegel"
A critical view, from a Popperian perspective, of Hegel's philosophy as a whole. Special attention is paid to Hegel's philosophy of nature.
Stojanow, Janko: "On the Absolute Rational Will"
An online book aimed at developing a contemporary philosophy through incorporating and interpreting Hegel's thought.
Thought and Reality in Hegel's System
Online edition of a classic 1910 monograph by Gustavus Watts Cunningham. In hyperlinked HTML.
Trejo, Paul: "Was Hegel Christian or Atheist?"
Explores Hegel's relation to Christianity, atheism and paganism in the light of the struggle between the Left and Right Hegelians. Presents a view of Hegelianism as a freedom-loving philosophy.
Uchida, Hisorshi: "Marx's Grundrisse and Hegel's Logic"
Preface from a new analysis of the relation between Marx and Hegel, which attempts to show that the relationship is more complex and profound than usually thought.
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