A Hegel Dictionary
November 1992, Wiley-Blackwell
Notes on the Use of the Dictionary.
Hegel and his Language.
Dictionary Entries A-Z.
Index of foreign-language terms.
- English translations of Hegel's main concepts are given in alphabetical order from 'absolute' to 'will'
- An index of German words and an index of names gives access to any given topic
- Etymology of Hegel's vocabulary is given
- Sheds important new light on Hegel's thought.
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'An exceptionally clear yet rigorous and scholarly presentation of difficult ideas. This will be an indispensible guide for students of Hegel at all levels.' Raymond Plant, University of Southampton