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General Hegel Resources

Scholarly resources online

Local Hegel Societies

Recomended individual Hegel webpages by Hegelians of today

For Works of Hegel himself - online

see the new section e-Texts

Bibliographies - List of Works of/on Hegel

extensive Hegel Bibliography by Andrew Chitty, University of Sussex, England.
Hegel works and Hegel's Lectures in German at the Meiner Verlag, Hamburg. While the Hegel edition most widely used in Germany is the one from Suhrkamp (stw 601-621), the edition at the Meiner Verlag, based on the work of the Hegel Archiv Bochum, is the ultimate philological edition of Hegel's works in German.


'Hegel Studien' the leading Journal for philological Hegel Studies
The 'Owl of Minerva' (the official journal of the Hegel Society of America). There are no online texts, but there is an index of published articles.

Biographic and lexical

(Attention: Texts on Hegel's life are usually Okay. Texts telling about Hegel's teaching often tell more about the author of the text than about Hegel).
Hegel, G. W. F. (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
Hegel's first biography, by his pupil Karl Rosenkranz: "Hegels Leben" (Hegel's Life), published Berlin 1844. (abbreviated translation into English by Stephen Cowley).
Hegel (by Edward Caird) (colourful 19th century biography of Hegel, influenced by Rosenkranz's Hegel biography, done by the at that time influential scottish Hegelian).
Hegel in his time (by J. d'Hondt 1968, abbreviated translation into English by Stephen Cowley).
Hegel Biography (Hegel by Hypertext)
Hegel-Haus, Stuttgart Have a look at Hegel's birthplace in Stuttgart. It is a museum today (German).
Hegel und die Cholera (2 Letters from his wife, German)

Secondary literature on Hegel in the web

Long have I resisted to place such a category in this link list, as most texts on Hegel available online do not really reflect what I think is the essence of Hegel's thinking.

The following texts are from members of the Hegel.Net mailing lists.

This is no guarantee for the content to be according to Hegel however (if you want to be sure, read Hegel himself).

Annette Schlemm's new texts on Hegel (German).

On German Idealism

International Research Network for German Idealism
German Idealism (Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
Shimonisse, Eiichi: History of the 19th century European Philosophy (Centre for Philosophy and Phenomenological Studies, with material on Fichte, Schelling and Hegel)

About Hegel's time

the website of the "Varnhagen Society"
on Hölderlin
on Napoleon
the website of the "Stiftung Preussischer Kulturbesitz", where many of Hegel's manuscripts are preseved
the one dedicated to Queen Louise of Prussia

On German

English-German-English: A Dictionary for English and German
Humorous Article by Mark Twain on The Awful German Language

More links can be found in Hegelianism in Germany

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