Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel Bibliography

Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel Bibliography

Hegel is cited - unless otherwise specified - on the basis of his output according to Eva Moldenhauer and Karl Markus Michel, Frankfurt a. M.: Suhrkamp, 1979. Prior to 1979 see below. Additions„A“ bzw. „Z“ refer to the Anmerkungs- bzw.Additional part of the body.

Band or the abbreviation Bd. is the German word meaning the volume number of the work.

The "1817 Encyclopaedia" contained only outline notes for students, called zusatz. They are often combined with the three books of Hegel's later work called "System der Philosophie I, II, III," the combinations being called the Encyclopaedia I, II and III.

Werke in 20 Bänden—work in 20 volumes Eds., E. Moldenhauer and K. M. Michel (Suhrkamp, 1969-1971).

Abbreviation Band Work
FS 1 Early Writings (Frühe Schriften)
JS 2 Jena writings
PG 3 Phenomenology of Spirit
NS 4 Nürnberger und Heidelberger Schriften
L I 5 Wissenschaft der Logik I
L II 6 Wissenschaft der Logik II
R 7 Grundlinien der Philosophie des Rechts
E I 8 Enzyklopädie der philosophischen Wissenschaften I
E II 9 Enzyklopädie der philosophischen Wissenschaften II
E III 10 Enzyklopädie der philosophischen Wissenschaften III
BS 11 Berliner Schriften 1818–1831
PGh 12 Vorlesungen über die Philosophie der Geschichte
Ä I 13 Vorlesungen über die Ästhetik I
Ä II 14 Vorlesungen über die Ästhetik II
Ä III 15 Vorlesungen über die Ästhetik III
Rel I 16 Vorlesungen über die Philosophie der Religion I
Rel II 17 Vorlesungen über die Philosophie der Religion II
GP I 18 Vorlesungen über die History der Philosophie I
GP II 19 Vorlesungen über die History der Philosophie II
GP III 20 Vorlesungen über die History der Philosophie III

Read more about Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel Bibliography:  Translations of His Major Works, Translations of Minor Works, Untranslated or Only Recently Translated

Other articles related to "friedrich, georg wilhelm friedrich hegel bibliography, hegel, georg":

Friedrich Fischer
... Friedrich Fischer (1849–1899) from Schweinfurt, Germany, is considered the father of the modern ball bearing, having invented the process for milling standard bearings in 1883 ... Friedrich Fischer designs the ball grinder. 1896 Friedrich Fischer applies for permission to build a new plant near the train station in Schweinfurt – a step towards a new industrial dimension ...
List Of Botanists By Author Abbreviation - F
... William Fawcett (1851–1926) F.Bolle – Friedrich Franz August Albrecht Bolle (1905–1999) F.E.Boynton – Frank Ellis Boynton (1859–1942) Fedde – Friedrich ... Friedrich Heinrich Wiggers (1746–1811) Fieber – Franz Xaver Fieber (1807–1872) Field – Henry Claylands Field (1825–1912) Fielding – Henry Barron Fielding (1805–1851) Finschow – Günte ... – Friedrich Ernst Ludwig von Fischer (1782–1854) F.J.A.Morris – F ...
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel Bibliography - Untranslated or Only Recently Translated
... A number of student lecture notes from Hegel's classes remain untranslated VPR---------- Vorlesungen über Rechtsphilosophie (Lectures on the Philosophy of Right) Edited by K.-H ... In 2008 Clark Butler published notes transcribed by Hegel's son, Karl, in the year of Hegel's death, on the Science of Logic ...
Friedrich (novel)
... Friedrich pronounced "free-drick" (in orig ... German Damals war es Friedrich) (1961) is a novel about two boys and their families ...
Friedrich, Hereditary Prince Of Anhalt - Ancestry
... Ancestors of Friedrich, Hereditary Prince of Anhalt 16 ... Georg, Duke of Saxe-Altenburg 10 ... Friedrich, Prince of Anhalt 6 ...

Famous quotes containing the words georg wilhelm friedrich, georg wilhelm, hegel and/or wilhelm:

    Regarding History as the slaughter-bench at which the happiness of peoples, the wisdom of States, and the virtue of individuals have been victimized—the question involuntarily arises—to what principle, to what final aim these enormous sacrifices have been offered.
    Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770–1831)

    The True is the whole. But the whole is nothing other than the essence consummating itself through its development. Of the Absolute it must be said that it is essentially a result, that only in the end is it what it truly is; and that precisely in this consists its nature, viz. to be actual, subject, the spontaneous becoming of itself.
    Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770–1831)

    To him who looks upon the world rationally, the world in its turn presents a rational aspect. The relation is mutual.
    —Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770–1831)

    All cultural change reduces itself to a difference of categories. All revolutions, whether in the sciences or world history, occur merely because spirit has changed its categories in order to understand and examine what belongs to it, in order to possess and grasp itself in a truer, deeper, more intimate and unified manner.
    —Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770–1831)