Apart from publishing activity, the Hegel Archives also promotes Hegel research. For example, it coordinates the following efforts:
- the yearbook of Hegel studies (Hegel Studien) that since 1961 has provided a forum for research papers and a new bibliography;
- its own writings and conferences;
- a special library building that covers the work of Hegel's students;
- an entire research literature beside Hegel's own works; and
- Hegel's own monographs.
This library is open to Hegel researchers and international guests as well.
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