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Examples of "hegel"
“Was Marx von Hegel hätte lernen können … und sollen” [“What Marx Could … and Should have Learned from Hegel”] in Stuttgarter Hegel-Tage 1970 (Hegel-Studien, Beiheft 11) (ed. Hans-Georg Gadamer), Bonn: Bouvier Verlag, 1974, 497-502.
Beiser has edited two Cambridge anthologies on Hegel, "The Cambridge Companion to Hegel" (1993) and "The Cambridge Companion to Hegel and Nineteenth-Century Philosophy" (2008).
In 1875 Klein married Anne Hegel, the granddaughter of the philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel.
Apart from publishing activity, the Hegel Archives also promotes Hegel research. For example, it coordinates the following efforts:
The Hegel Archives (German: "Hegel-Archiv") were founded in 1958 in North Rhine-Westphalia to encourage historical-critical efforts to study the collected works of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel.
In response Schopenhauer, outraged, says that "These 'distinguished philosophers' are in fact — "Fichte" and "Hegel"!", following with a series of invectives and quoting Hegel, attempting to show with three different examples that Hegel "lacked even common human understanding".
“The Use and Abuse of Hegel by Nietzsche and Marx” in Hegel and His Critics: Philosophy in the Aftermath of Hegel (ed. William Desmond), Albany: State University of New York Press, 1989, 1-34.
“The Use and Abuse of Hegel by Nietzsche and Marx” in Hegel and His Critics: Philosophy in the Aftermath of Hegel (ed. William Desmond), Albany: State University of New York Press, 1989, 1-34. (Kline's presidential address to the Hegel Society of America.)
In March 1807, aged 37, Hegel moved to Bamberg, where Niethammer had declined and passed on to Hegel an offer to become editor of a newspaper, the "". Hegel, unable to find more suitable employment, reluctantly accepted. Ludwig Fischer and his mother (whom Hegel may have offered to marry following the death of her husband) stayed behind in Jena.
Many philosophers think that one of Kierkegaard's greatest contributions to philosophy is his critique of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel. Indeed, many of Kierkegaard's works are written in response to or as a critique of Hegel. Although Kierkegaard strongly criticized some aspects of Hegelian philosophy, his work also shows that he was also positively influenced by Hegel, and had respect for Hegel himself.
The Young Hegel () is a 1938 book by György Lukács about the philosophical development of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel. He challenged many conventional readings of Hegel as a Conservative Idealist. He claims Hegel was less concerned with escapism than socioeconomic analysis. Lukacs discounts the metaphysical side of Hegel, and insists he was influenced by the materialism and anti-Christian secularism of the Enlightenment. Lukacs claims that Hegel was a Young Jacobin Radical and saw the radical direct democracy of the Greek "polis" as a model to emulate.
The term surfaced again in later philosophy such as Hegel but Hegel sought to reconcile the stages of mind and the connection with the soul:
He translated the lecture notes on Aesthetics that Hegel had distributed in the University of Berlin into Spanish as "Introducción a la Estética de G.W:F. Hegel".
The Hegel House () is a museum in Stuttgart, Germany, located in the house where the philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel was born.
The Internationale Hegelgesellschaft e.V. (International Hegel Society) claims to be Germany's oldest surviving Hegel Society. It was founded 1953 in Nürnberg by Wilhelm Raimund Beyer (1902-1990).
1) "...the Mature Hegel- the Hegel of the Philosophy of Right- who becomes the architrave on which he "(Honneth, ed.)" constructs his social philosophy."
Hegel and Solovyov” in Hegel and the History of Philosophy (ed. Keith W. Algozin, Joseph J. O’Malley, and Frederick G. Weiss), The Hague: Nijhoff, 1974, 159-170.
Lukacs portrait of a progressive, sociological and materialist Hegel has been criticized by some Marxists for dulling the dividing line between Hegel and Marx.
Reason and Revolution: Hegel and the Rise of Social Theory is a 1941 book by philosopher Herbert Marcuse, in which Marcuse discussed the social theories of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel and Karl Marx. Marcuse reinterpreted Hegel, with the aim of demonstrating that Hegel's basic concepts are hostile to the tendencies that led to fascism. "Reason and Revolution" has received praise as an important discussion of Hegel and Marx.
Philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre, writing in "Search for a Method" (1957), described "Studies on Marx and Hegel" as an at least partially successful attempt to reinterpret Hegel as an existentialist. Sartre cited Hyppolite's book in his "Critique of Dialectical Reason" (1960). Political scientist David McLellan reviewed "Studies on Marx and Hegel" in "Sociology". Historian Peter Gay described Hyppolite's book as one of the best discussions of alienation in the literature on Marx and Hegel.