‘The Philosophical Propaedeutic’ by Georg W. F. Hegel

Published by Blackwell Publishers in 1986.


An English translation of the “Philosphischen Propaedeutik”, a work that holds a unique place in Hegel’s writings. As the basis of Hegel’s own teaching of philosophy, the “Propaedeutic” has the advantage of encapsulating Hegel’s mature system with a simplicity and directness not found in his fuller writings. The lectures have been presented in the order that Hegel delivered them to his pupils. This should make the book both a useful resource for Hegel scholars and a suitable starting-point for students approaching his work for the first time.

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