Hegel: Texts and Commentary: Hegel's Preface to His System in a New Translation with Commentary on Facing Pages, and "Who Thinks Abstractly?"

University of Notre Dame Press (1966)
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Abstract

Herbert Marcuse called the preface to Hegel's Phenomenology "one of the greatest philosophical undertakings of all times." This summary of Hegel's system of philosophy is now available in English translation with commentary on facing pages. While remaining faithful to the author's meaning, Walter Kaufmann has removed many encumbrances inherent in Hegel's style.

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