Hegel

Hegel

A Very Short Introduction

Book - 2001
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Many people regard Hegel's work as obscure and extremely difficult, yet his importance and influence are universally acknowledged. Professor Singer eliminates any excuse for remaining ignorant of the outlines of Hegel'sphilosophy by providing a broad discussion of his ideas and an account of his major works.
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2001.
ISBN: 9780192801975
019280197X
Branch Call Number: 193/SINGER
Characteristics: 131 p. : ill. ; 18 cm.

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Aug 27, 2013

One of a series of Very Short Introductions from Oxford University Press.

Very clear exposition of Hegel's main ideas, with a valuable suggestion for the order in which one planning to read Hegel should approach his works.

Having read other German philosophers such as Leibniz and Kant, and knowing that Hegel's major works are long, I expected to find Hegel long-winded but ultimately logical and making cogent arguments for his positions. What I find instead is a total romantic, arguing for his positions by analogy.

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