A HEGEL BIBLIOGRAPHY

 

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Contents

 

GENERAL

Introductions to Hegel's work as a whole, by Hegel

Introductions to Hegel's work as a whole

Commentaries on Hegel's work as a whole

Collections on Hegel's work as a whole

Historically influential views of Hegel

Biographies of Hegel

Terminology and language

Bibliographies

Surveys of Hegel literature

Journals of Hegel studies

Hegel links

TEXTS

Translations of Hegel's major works

Translations of some of Hegel's short pieces

PRECURSORS: PRE-KANT

Bhuddism and Hegel

Indian philosophy and Hegel

Greek philosophy in general and Hegel

Forms and categories in Plato, Aristotle, Kant and Hegel

Plato and Hegel: general

Plato and Hegel: political philosophies

Aristotle and Hegel

Aristotle and Hegel: political philosophy

Christian theology in general and Hegel

Neo-Platonism, Pseudo-Dionysianism and Hegel

Paul, John, Marcion and Hegel

Gnosticism and Hegel

Aquinas and Hegel

Hermeticism, German mysticism and Hegel: general

Eckhart and Hegel

Boehme and Hegel

Hobbes and Hegel

Spinoza and neo-Spinozism as influences on Hegel

Spinoza and pantheism: Hegel's critique

Maimon and Hegel

Rousseau and Hegel

Political economists and Hegel: general

Steuart and Hegel

Smith and Hegel

PRECURSORS: GERMAN IDEALISM

German idealism and Hegel

German idealism: post-Kantian perfectionism

Kant and Hegel: general

Kant and the Phenomenology

Kant's epistemology and metaphysics: Hegel's critique

Kant on self-consciousness, apperception and the transcendental deduction: Hegel's critique

Kant's dialectic and antinomies: Hegel's critique

Kant's ethics: Hegel's critique of it in general

Kant's ethics: Hegel's critique of its formalism and so emptiness

Reinhold

Schiller and Hegel

Fichte: texts

Fichte: collections of shorter works

Fichte: general

Fichte on self-consciousness and intellectual intuition

Fichte and Kant, Fichte's idealism

Fichte's philosophy of right: general

Fichte on the summons (Foundations of Natural Right theorems 1 and 2)

Fichte on recognition and the relation of right (Foundations of Natural Right theorem 3)

Fichte's distinction between right and ethics, his voluntarism

Fichte on property

Fichte's philosophy of history

Fichte's ethics

Fichte's economics, Fichte and labour

Fichte and international relations

Fichte and colonialism

Fichte and Schelling

Fichte and Hegel: general

Fichte and Hegel on recognition

Romanticism and Hegel (Novalis, Schlegel)

Schelling: texts

Schelling: general

Schelling on self-consciousness and intellectual intuition

Schelling and Kant

Schelling and Fichte

Schelling's philosophy of nature

Schelling and Plato, Schelling and Spinoza

Schelling on recognition and right

Schelling's early systems and Hegel

Schelling's later critique of Hegel

Hölderlin and Hegel

@ EARLY WRITINGS
Up to 1806
)

Early development as a whole (Stuttgart, Tübingen, Berne, Frankfurt, Jena)

Natural theology and the young Hegel

Civil religion and the young Hegel

Progressive theories of history and the young Hegel

Stuttgart and Tübingen writings (1777-93)

Berne and Frankfurt writings (1793-1800)

Jena writings (1801-06): general

Jena writings: logic and metaphysics

Jena writings: ethics

Jena writings: politics

Market economy in the Jena writings

Differenzschrift (1801) and Faith and Knowledge (1802)

Essay on Natural Law (1802-03)

RECOGNITION AND INTERSUBJECTIVITY IN HEGEL

Life and love in the Frankfurt and Jena writings

Love in Hegel's later writings

Recognition in Hegel's work as a whole

Recognition in the Jena writings (1801-1806)

Recognition and the master-servant dialectic in the Phenomenology: general

Recognition and the master-servant dialectic in the Phenomenology: Brandom's interpretation

Recognition and the master-servant dialectic in the Phenomenology: McDowell's interpretation

Recognition and the master-servant dialectic in the Phenomenology: Pippin's interpretation

Recognition and the master-servant dialectic in the Philosophy of Spirit (Philosophy of Mind)

Universal self-consciousness

Conscience, beautiful soul, forgiveness

Recognition in the Philosophy of Right in general

Recognition in the Logic

Recognition and selfhood in Hegel

Recognition and freedom in Hegel

Marx on recognition

Taylor on recognition

Theunissen on Hegel

Siep on Fichte and Hegel

Honneth on Hegel

PHENOMENOLOGY OF SPIRIT

Phenomenology: short introductions

Phenomenology: introductory commentaries

Phenomenology: advanced commentaries

Phenomenology: collections

Phenomenology: commentaries on particular topics

Phenomenology: Preface

Phenomenology: Introduction

Method of the Phenomenology

Immanent critique in Hegel

Transcendental argument and transcendental deduction in the Phenomenology

Scepticism and Hegel, assumptions and foundations of the Phenomenology and Logic

Immediate knowledge

Structure of the Phenomenology

Phenomenology: chs. 1-3 in general

Sense-certainty, ch. 1

Sense-certainty: possible parallels to Hegel's argument

Perception, ch. 2

Force and understanding, ch. 3

Infinity in Hegel

Inverted world

Self-consciousness in the Phenomenology

Desire and the body in the Phenomenology

Recognition in the Phenomenology

Master-servant dialectic

Death in Hegel

Stoicism, scepticism and the unhappy consciousness, ch. 4B

Social epistemology in ch. 4

Observing reason

Transition to spirit

Spirit: texts

Spirit: metaphysical interpretations

Spirit: intersubjective and collective-subject interpretations, and collective intentionality in Hegel

Phenomenology: ch. 6 in general

Coherence of the Phenomenology, phenomenology and history

Greek world and its inadequacy

Antigone

Tragedy in Hegel

Legal status (Rechtszustand), Roman world, person and property in the Phenomenology

Alienation in the Phenomenology

Enlightenment vs. faith

Modernity and Hegel

French Revolution

Totalitarianism, authoritarianism and Prussianism in Hegel

Nationalism in Hegel

Moral and political stance of the Phenomenology

Phenomenology: ch. 7

Art in the Phenomenology

Absolute knowing and the metaphysics of the Phenomenology

Intellectual intuition in Hegel

Phenomenology and logic, phenomenology and system

LOGIC AND METAPHYSICS

Logic: short introductions

Logic: commentaries

Logic: collections

Logic: surveys of the secondary literature

Dialectical method

Logic: method and structure, dialectic, contradiction, speculation, form and content

Logic: formalisations of dialectical logic

Reason, understanding and intuition

Sociality of reason

Metaphysics of Hegel, his account of the absolute

Metaphysics of Hegel: texts

Metaphysics of Hegel: surveys and collections

Metaphysics of Hegel: specific interpretations

Metaphysics of Hegel: theological interpretations: general

Metaphysics of Hegel: theological interpretations: orthodox

Metaphysics of Hegel: theological interpretations: kenotic

Metaphysics of Hegel: theological interpretations: realisationist

Metaphysics of Hegel: immanentist and pantheist

Metaphysics of Hegel: negativist

Metaphysics of Hegel: conceptualist and panlogist interpretations

Metaphysics of Hegel: epistemist-realist interpretations

Metaphysics of Hegel: dialogical interpretations

Metaphysics of Hegel: empiricist-realist interpretations

Metaphysics of Hegel: positivist and category theory interpretations

Metaphysics of Hegel: implicitly anti-realist interpretations

Metaphysics of Hegel: hermeneutical interpretations

Metaphysics of Hegel: Kantian interpretations

Metaphysics of Hegel: transformed-Kantian interpretations

Metaphysics of Hegel: social-Kantian interpretations

Metaphysics of Hegel: historical-relativist interpretations

Being, nothing, becoming

Essence and actuality

Subjective logic

Concept

Concrete and abstract universality

Identity and difference in Hegel

Concrete universal in British idealists

Judgment, proposition, speculative proposition, language

Life and teleology in the later writings

Genus (Gattung)

NATURE

Relation of Logic to Realphilosophie

Nature and the natural sciences

Newton and Hegel

Mathematics and geometry

Space

Time and temporality in Hegel

Chemistry

Plants and animals

Ecology, environmentalism and Hegel

Naturalism in Hegel

SUBJECTIVE SPIRIT

Subjective spirit: general

Anthropology, soul, feeling

Consciousness, self-consciousness and the I

Universal self-consciousness

Theoretical spirit, intentionality, imagination

Practical spirit

Madness and Hegel

OBJECTIVE SPIRIT       

Politics and ethics: short introductions

Politics and ethics: guides

Politics and ethics: fuller commentaries

Politics and ethics: collections

Politics and ethics: early development

Normative stance

Jurisprudence and Hegel

Natural law and positive law in Hegel

Preface to the Philosophy of Right

Doppelsatz (the rational is actual and the actual is rational)

Philosophy of Right: method and structure

Philosophy of Right and Hegel's Logic and metaphysics, political theology in Hegel

Hartmann on the Philosophy of Right

Freedom in Hegel: general

Freedom and determinism in Hegel

Will: its logical structure (PR §§5-26)

Will and freedom as the basis of the Philosophy of Right (PR §27-33)

Will and freedom as the basis of the Philosophy of Right: transpersonal interpretations

Will and freedom as the basis of the Philosophy of Right: Pippin-McDowell debate

Will and freedom as the basis of the Philosophy of Right: Stern's view

Freedom and recognition, freedom in ethical life

Freedom of speech in Hegel

Action and reasons for action in Hegel

Savigny, the historical school of law, and Hegel

Duty, desire and feelings in Hegel

Abstract right

Person, property and contract

Recognition in person, property and contract

Human rights in Hegel

Wrong and punishment

Morality (Moralität)

Liberalism and individual freedom in Hegel, principle of subjective freedom

Conscience in Hegel

Ethical life (Sittlichkeit)

Community and individual, sociality of the self in Hegel

Social role and sense of self (Selbstgefühl) in Hegel

Ethical substance: substantialist vs. intersubjective interpretations

Social contract theory: Hegel's critique

Family

Feminism and Hegel

Civil society as a whole

Labour in Hegel

System of needs

Market economy: general

Needs and development of needs in Hegel

Recognition, ethicality and Bildung in the market economy

Poverty, wealth and misrecognition in the market economy

Capitalism inHegel

Class in Hegel

Rabble

Market economy: Honneth's interpretation

Police

Corporations

Taxation

Colonialism in Hegel

Eurocentrism in Hegel

Slavery in Hegel

Race in Hegel

Bildung and education in Hegel

State and constitution

Patriotism and political disposition in Hegel

Republicanism in Hegel

Democracy, monarchy and sovereignty in Hegel

Bureaucracy in Hegel

War and international relations in Hegel

History, philosophy of: texts

History, philosophy of: precursors

History, philosophy of: short introductions

History, philosophy of: commentaries

History as progressive, the cunning of reason

History of philosophy

Historical role of Hegel's philosophy

End of history in Hegel

Anarchism and Hegel

ABSOLUTE SPIRIT

Philosophy of religion in general

Kant's and Fichte's theology and Hegel

Religion in the Phenomenology

Natural religion

Judaism and Hegel

Christianity in Hegel, Hegel's christology

Trinitarianism in Hegel

Kenosis and death of God in Hegel

Religion and philosophy in general in Hegel

Religion and the state

Art and aesthetics

SUBSEQUENT PHILOSOPHERS AND HEGEL

Adorno and Hegel

Analytic philosophy and Hegel

Bataille and Hegel

Bosanquet

Brandom and Hegel

British Idealists: general

British idealists: ethical and political thought

de Beauvoir and Hegel

Deleuze and Hegel

Derrida and Hegel

Dewey and Hegel

Du Bois and Hegel

Engels and Hegel

Fanon and Hegel

French philosophers and Hegel

Freud and Hegel

Gadamer and Hegel

Green, T.H

Habermas and Hegel

Heidegger and Hegel

Husserl and Hegel

Irigaray and Hegel

Kierkegaard and Hegel

Kojève and Hegel

Lacan and Hegel

Levinas and Hegel

Lukács and Hegel

Lyotard and Hegel

McDowell on Hegel's metaphysics

Marcuse and Hegel

Marx and Hegel

Nancy and Hegel

Nietzsche and Hegel

Pippin on Hegel

Rawls and Hegel

Sartre and Hegel

Schellingian critiques of Hegel

Whitehead and Hegel

Wittgenstein and Hegel

Young Hegelians

Zizek and Hegel

 

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@ GENERAL

 

@ Introductions to Hegel's work as a whole, by Hegel

   Hegel [1820s] Introduction to the Lectures on the History of Philosophy, 'Berlin Introduction'

   Hegel [1830] The Encyclopaedia Logic, §§1-25

 

@ Introductions to Hegel's work as a whole

   Soll, Ivan (1969) An Introduction to Hegel's Metaphysics

   Singer, Peter (2001) Hegel: A Very Short Introduction, originally published 1983 as Hegel, Past Masters

   Rockmore, Tom (1993) Before and After Hegel: A Historical Introduction to Hegel's Thought

   Maker, William (1994) Philosophy without Foundations: Rethinking Hegel

   Plant, Raymond (1997) Hegel: On Religion and Philosophy, The Great Philosophers

   Stern, Robert (1998) 'G.W.F. Hegel' in J. Teichman and G. White (eds) An Introduction to Modern European Philosophy, 2nd ed

* Beiser, Frederick C. (2005) Hegel

* Houlgate, Stephen (2005) An Introduction to Hegel: Freedom, Truth and History (2nd ed. of his Freedom, Truth and History 1991)

   Schroeder, W.R. (2005) Continental Philosophy: A Critical Approach, ch. 1 'Hegel'

   James, David (2007) Hegel: A Guide for the Perplexed

 

@ Commentaries on Hegel's work as a whole

   Findlay, John N. (1958) Hegel: A Re-examination

   Mure, Geoffrey R.G. (1965) The Philosophy of Hegel

   Lauer, Quentin (1971) Hegel's Idea of Philosophy

   Rosen, Stanley (1974) G.W.F. Hegel: An Introduction to the Science of Wisdom

   Rotenstreich, Nathan (1974) From Substance to Subject: Studies in Hegel

   Taylor, Charles (1975) Hegel, 5th ed. 1987

   Hamacher, W. [1978] Pleroma: Reading in Hegel: The Genesis and Structure of a Dialectical Hermeneutics in Hegel, tr. 1998

   Inwood, Michael (1983) Hegel, Arguments of the Philosophers (Analytic and critical, centred on the later works)

   Rockmore, Tom (1984) Hegel's Circular Epistemology

   Hösle, Vittorio (1987) Hegels System. Der Idealismus der Subjectivität und das Problem der Intersubjectivität [Hegel's System: The Idealism of Subjectivity and the Problem of Intersubjectivity], 2 vols

   Pinkard, Terry (1988) Hegel's Dialectic: The Explanation of Possibility

   Pippin, Robert C. (1989) Hegel's Idealism: The Satisfactions of Self-Consciousness

   Berthold-Bond, D. (1989) Hegel's Grand Synthesis: A Study of Being, Thought and History

   Stern, Robert (1990) Hegel, Kant and the Structure of the Object

   Kainz, Howard P. (1996) G.W.F. Hegel: The Philosophical System

   Redding, Paul (1996) Hegel's Hermeneutics

   Wallace, Robert M. (2005) Hegel's Philosophy of Reality, Freedom, and God

   Zizek, Slavoj (2012) Less than Nothing: Hegel and the Shadow of Dialectical Materialism

   Vieweg, Klaus (2020) The Idealism of Freedom: For a Hegelian Turn in Philosophy contents

 

@ Collections on Hegel's work as a whole

   (Collections on specific subjects are under the relevant headings)

   Steinkraus, W.E. (1971) New Studies in the Philosophy of Hegel

   MacIntyre, Alastair (ed) (1972) Hegel: A Collection of Critical Essays

   Weiss, Frederick G. (ed) (1974) Beyond Epistemology: New Studies in the Philosophy of Hegel

   Inwood, Michael (ed) (1985) Hegel, Oxford Readings in Philosophy

   Lamb, David (ed) (1987) Hegel and Modern Philosophy

   Desmond, William (ed) (1989) Hegel and his Critics

   Hospers, John (ed) (1991) 'Hegel today', The Monist 74(3)

   Stern, Robert (ed) (1993) G.W.F. Hegel: Critical Assessments, 4 volumes

   Beiser, Frederick C. (ed) (1993) The Cambridge Companion to Hegel

   Stewart, John (ed) (1996) The Hegel Myths and Legends

   Lamb, David (ed) (1998) Hegel, 2 vols

   Deligiorgi, Katerina (ed) (2006) Hegel: New Directions

   Ashton, Paul and others (eds) (2008) The Spirit of the Age: Hegel and the Fate of Thinking

   Houlgate, Stephen and Baur, Michael (eds) (2011) A Companion to Hegel contents

   Moyar, Dean (ed) (2017) The Oxford Handbook of Hegel contents

   Stein, Sebastian and Wretzel, Joshua (eds) (2021) Hegel's Encyclopedia of the Philosophical Sciences: A Critical Guide

 

@ Historically influential views of Hegel

   Caird, Edward (1883) Hegel, reprinted 2002

   McTaggart, John (1901) Studies in Hegelian Cosmology

   Royce, Josiah (1919) Lectures on Modern Idealism

   Rosenzweig, Franz [1920] Hegel und der Staat

   Mure, Geoffrey R.G. (1940) An Introduction to Hegel

   Popper, Karl (1945) The Open Society and Its Enemies, 5th edition 1966, vol. 2, ch. 12

   Kaufmann, Walter (1965) Hegel: Reinterpretation, Texts and Commentary

 

@ Biographies of Hegel

   (See also 'Early development as a whole')

   Rosenkranz, Karl (1844) Georg Wilhem Friedrich Hegels Leben, reprinted 1963

   Haym, Rudolph (1857) Hegel und seine Zeit, reprinted 1962

   d'Hondt, Jacques [1968] Hegel in his Time: Berlin 1818-1831, tr. John Burbidge 1981

   Althaus, Horst [1992] Hegel: An Intellectual Biography, tr. 2000

   Pinkard, Terry (2000) Hegel: A Biography

   Vieweg, Klaus [2019] Hegel: The Philosopher of Freedom, tr. 2023

 

@ Terminology and language

   (For Hegel's own theory of language see 'Judgment')

   Royce, Josiah (1901) 'Hegel's terminology', Dictionary of Philosophy and Psychology vol. 1, ed. J.M. Baldwin

   Koyré, Alexandre (1961) 'Note sur la langue et la terminologie hégéliennes' in his Études d'Histoire de la Pensée Philosophique

   Adorno, Theodore W. [1963] Hegel: Three Studies, ch. 3

   Petry, Michael J. (1981) 'Introduction' to Hegel The Berlin Phenomenology, (ed) Petry, sec. i 'The language'

   Solomon, Robert (1983) In the Spirit of Hegel, ch. 4a

   Geraets, Théodore F. and others (1991) The Encyclopaedia Logic (see the introduction and the glossary)

* Inwood, Michael (1992) A Hegel Dictionary (see especially the introductory essay)

   Burbidge, J.W. (2001) Historical Dictionary of Hegelian Philosophy

   Charlston, David (2929) Translation and Hegel's Philosophy: A Transformative, Socio-narrative Approach to A.V. Miller's Cold War Retranslations

 

@ Bibliographies

   Weiss, Frederick G. (1973) 'Hegel: a bibliography of books in English arranged chronologically', in J.J. O' Malley and others, The Legacy of Hegel

   Steinhauer, Kurt. (1980, 1998) Hegel Bibliography, Parts 1 and 2 (comprehensive listing of works on and by Hegel published up to 1990, over 1000 pages long)

   The Encyclopaedia Logic (1991), tr. T.F. Geraets and others (has an annotated bibliography on the Logic)

   Houlgate, Stephen (1991) Freedom Truth and History (has an annotated bibliography)

   Inwood, Michael (1992) A Hegel Dictionary (has a bibliography covering the main areas of Hegel's thought)

   Beiser, Frederick C. (ed) (1993) The Cambridge Companion to Hegel (has another good bibliography)

   Harris, Henry S. (1997) Hegel's Ladder vol. 2 (has a 70-page bibliography on the Phenomenology)

   Stewart, John (ed) (1998) The Phenomenology of Spirit Reader (has a bibliography on the Phenomenology)

 

@ Surveys of Hegel literature

   Avineri, Shlomo (1968) 'Hegel revisited', Journal of Contemporary History 3(2), reprinted in MacIntyre (ed) Hegel 1972

   Schmidt, James (1980-81) 'Recent Hegel literature: general surveys and the young Hegel', Telos 46

   Schmidt, James (1981) 'Recent Hegel literature: the Jena period and the Phenomenology of Spirit', Telos 48

   Lewis, C. (1981) 'Recent literature on Hegel's Logic', Philosophische Rundschau 28

   Bienenstock, Myriam (1985) 'Hegel's Jena writings; recent trends in research'. Bulletin of the Hegel Society of Great Britain 11

   Harris, Henry S. (1987) 'Hegel's science of experience', Bulletin of the Hegel Society of Great Britain 15

   Ameriks, Karl (1992) 'Recent work on Hegel: the rehabilitation of an epistemologist?', Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 52(1)

 

@ Journals of Hegel studies

   The Owl of Minerva (US)

   Heegl Bulletin (Britain)

   Hegel-Studien (Germany)

   Hegel-Jahrbuch (Germany)

   Jahrbuch für Hegelforschung (Germany)

 

@ Hegel links

   Hegel.Net (maintained by Kai Frobe, Munich)

   Hegel Society of Great Britain

   Hegel Society of America

 

@ TEXTS

 

@ Translations of Hegel's major works

   (The Hegel.net e-texts page gives a list of Hegel texts available online. The best sources for English translations are Hegel by hypertext and Carl Mickelson's Hegel text collection and GWFHegel.org.)

   Three Essays 1793-95 [Tübingen, Berne 1793-95], tr. J. Dobbins and P. Fuss 1984

   Early Theological Writings [Berne, Frankfurt 1795-1800], tr. T.M. Knox 1948, reprinted 1971

   The Difference Between Fichte's and Schelling's System of Philosophy (the 'Differenzschrift') [Jena 1801], tr. H.S. Harris and W. Cerf 1977. Available online: German text

   Natural Law [Jena 1802], tr. T.M. Knox 1975

   Faith and Knowledge [Jena 1802], tr. W. Cerf and H.S. Harris 1977

   System of Ethical Life and First Philosophy of Spirit [Jena 1802-03, 1803-4], tr. H.S. Harris and T.M. Knox 1979. Available online: System of Ethical Life

   The Jena System 1804-5: Logic and Metaphysics [Jena 1804-5], tr. J. Burbidge and G. di Giovanni 1986. Second Jena system

   Hegel and the Human Spirit [Jena 1805-6], tr. L. Rauch 1983. Third Jena system. Available online: English text (in part)

   Phenomenology of Spirit [Jena 1807], tr. A.V. Miller 1977, or in a looser but more readable translation, as The Phenomenology of Mind, tr. J.B. Baillie 1910, revised 1931. Available online: German text, German text on a single page, Baillie translation, Baillie translation (alternative source)

   Spirit: Book Six of Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit, ed. D.E. Shannon 2001

   The Philosophical Propaedeutic [Nürnberg 1808-11], tr. A.V. Miller 1986. Available online: Section on Phenomenology, Section on Logic

   Science of Logic [Nürnberg 1812-16, rev. Berlin 1831], tr. A.V. Miller 1969, or in 2 volumes, tr. W.H. Johnston and L.G. Struthers 1929. Available online: German text part 1, part 2, Miller translation (extracts)

   Encyclopaedia of the Philosophical Sciences in Outline [Heidelberg 1817], tr. S.H. Taubeneck and A.V. Miller, ed. E. Behler 1991. This includes the 1817 editions of the Encyclopaedia Logic, Philosophy of Nature and Philosophy of Mind

   Encyclopaedia Logic (also known as 'Shorter Logic') [Heidelberg 1817, rev. Berlin 1827, 1830], tr. T.F. Geraets and others 1991, or in a much older translation, as Hegel's Logic or The Logic of Hegel, tr. W. Wallace 1873, reprinted 1975, Available online: German text, Wallace translation

   Lectures on Logic, tr. C. Butler 2008

   Encyclopaedia Philosophy of Nature [Heidelberg 1817, rev. Berlin 1827, 1830] as The Philosophy of Nature, tr. A.V. Miller 1970, or, in a better translation with the German on opposite pages, in 3 volumes, tr. M.J. Petry 1970. Available online: German text, Taubeneck translation of 1817 edition

   Encyclopaedia Philosophy of Spirit [Heidelberg 1817, rev. Berlin 1827, 1830] as Hegel's Philosophy of Mind, tr. W. Wallace 1894, republished with additions, tr. A.V. Miller 1971 pb. Also, with the German on opposite pages and an 1825 set of students lecture notes as an appendix, as Hegel's Philosophy of Subjective Spirit, 3 volumes, tr. M.J. Petry 1978. Petry republished the section on Phenomenology, with the 1825 lecture notes interpolated between the paragraphs of Hegel's text instead of the usual additions, as The Berlin Phenomenology 1981. Available online: German text, Wallace translation

   Lectures on Natural Right and Political Science [Heidelberg, 1817-18], tr. J.M. Stewart and P.C. Hodgson 1995

   Philosophy of Right [Berlin, published 1820 but original title page is dated 1821] as Elements of the Philosophy of Right, tr. H.B. Nisbet 1991 or as Outlines of the Philosophy of Right tr. Knox and Houlgate 2008, both preferable to the older translations as Hegel's Philosophy of Right, tr. T. Knox 1952 and tr. Dyde 1897

   Lectures on the Philosophy of History [Berlin 1820s] as The Philosophy of History, tr. J. Sibree 1858, revised 1899, reprinted 1956 pb. The introduction is published separately, in much better translations than Sibree's, as Reason in History, tr. R.S. Hartman 1953, and as Introduction to the Philosophy of History, tr. L. Rauch 1988 pb; and also in a much fuller version as Lectures on the Philosophy of World History, Introduction: Reason in History, tr. H.B. Nisbet 1975 pb. Available online: Sibree translation of introduction

   Lectures on Aesthetics [Berlin 1820s], as Hegel's Aesthetics, 2 volumes, tr. T.M. Knox 1979. The introduction is published separately as Introductory Lectures on Aesthetics, tr. B. Bosanquet 1886, reissued 1993, and also as Hegel's Introduction to Aesthetics, tr. T.M. Knox 9179. Available online: Knox translation of whole text

   Lectures on the Philosophy of Religion [Berlin 1821-31], 3 volumes, tr. P.C. Hodgson and others 1984-87 Preferable to the older version, tr. E.B. Speirs and J.B. Sanderson 1895, reprinted 1968. Available online: Speirs and Sanderson translation (introduction)

   Lectures on the Philosophy of Religion: One-volume Edition, The Lectures of 1827 [Berlin 1827], tr. P.C. Hodgson and others 1988. The 1827 version of the lectures extracted from the 3-volume edition

   Lectures on the Proofs of the Existence of God, tr. P.C. Hodgson 2007

   Lectures on the History of Philosophy [Berlin 1820s], 3 volumes, tr. E.S. Haldane and F. Simson 1892-96, reprinted 1995 pb. A more accurate version of volume 3 is published as Lectures on the History of Philosophy: The Lectures of 1825-26. Volume 3: Medieval and Modern Philosophy, tr. R.F. Brown and J.M. Stewart 1990. The various introductions are translated separately as Introduction to the Lectures on the History of Philosophy, tr. T.M. Knox and A.V. Miller 1985 pb. Available online: Haldane and Simson translation (selections), (alternative source)

   Lectures on the Philosophy of Spirit 1827-8 [Berlin 1827-28], ed. R.R. Williams, OUP 2007

   Hegel: The Letters, tr. C. Butler and C. Seiler 1984

   A reasonably complete edition of Hegel's works in German is published by Suhrkamp as Hegel: Werke, 20 volumes pb. For online and CD versions, see www.hegel.de

 

@ Translations of some of Hegel's short pieces

   'Two fragments of 1797 on love' [1797], Clio 8(2), 1979

   'Two fragments on the ideal of social life' [1799-1800], Clio 10(4), 1981

   'The relationship of skepticism to philosophy' [1801], in G. di Giovanni and H.S. Harris (tr.) Between Kant and Hegel: Texts in the Development of Post-Kantian Idealism 1985

   'On the nature of philosophical critique' (1802), partly translated in M.N. Forster, Hegel's Idea of a Phenomenology of Spirit 1998, pp. 605-607

   'Aphorisms from the wastebook' [1803-1806], Independent Journal of Philosophy 3, 1979

   'Who thinks abstractly?' [1807-1808], in Kaufmann Hegel: Reinterpretation, Texts and Commentary, pp. 461-465. Available online: German text, English text

   'Reason and religious truth' [1821], foreword to H. Hinrich Religion in its Inner Relation to Science, in F. Weiss (ed) Beyond Epistemology: New Studies in the Philosophy of Hegel, pp. 227-244. Available online: German text

   Hegel, G.W.F. (2000) Miscellaneous Writings of G.W.F. Hegel, ed. J. Stewart

 

@ PRECURSORS: PRE-KANT

 

@ Bhuddism and Hegel

   (See 'Indian philosophy and Hegel')

 

@ Indian philosophy and Hegel

   Dubey, V.K. (2002) Absolutism: East and West: A Comparative Study of Sri Aurobindo and Hegel

   Herling, B.L. (2006) The German Gītā: Hermeneutics and Discipline in the German Reception of Indian thought, 1778-1831

   Vieweg, Klaus (2020) 'The East and Buddhism from Hegel's perspective', in his The Idealism of Freedom: For a Hegelian Turn in Philosophy preview

   Bouso, Raquel (2021) 'Neither I nor other : dialectical formulations of the experience of self-awareness in Hegel and Buddhism', Scenari : rivista semestrale di filosofia contemporanea 15 preview

   Curnow, Ryan (2021) 'Hegel's projected nihilism: a study of orientalized Buddhism', Stance: An International Undergraduate Philosophy Journal 14 abstract

 

@ Greek philosophy in general and Hegel

   (See also 'Greek world and its inadequacy' and 'Natural law and Hegel')

   Gray, J. (1958) Hegel and Greek Thought

   Heidegger, Martin [1958] 'Hegel and the Greeks' in W. McNeill (ed) Pathmarks 1998 (another English translation is available online)

   Riedel, Manfred [1967] 'Criticism of natural law theory', as ch. 4 of his Between Tradition and Revolution, tr. W. Wright 1984

   Taminiaux, Jacques [1982] 'Hegel and Hobbes', in his Dialectic and Difference: Modern Thought and the Sense of Human Limits 1985

   Taminiaux, Jacques (1984) Naissance de la Philosophie Hégélienne de l'Etat: Commentaire et Traduction de la Realphilosophie d'Iéna (1805-1806), Introduction

   De Laurentiis, Allegra (2000) 'Silenced subjectivity: remarks on Hegel's view of Plato's world', Studies in Practical Philosophy 2(1)

   De Laurentiis, Allegra (2005) Subjects in the Ancient and Modern World: On Hegel's Theory of Subjectivity

 

@ Forms and categories in Plato, Aristotle, Kant and Hegel

   Mure, Geoffrey R.G. (1940) An Introduction to Hegel (Oxford), pp. 82-113

   Wilson, J.C. (1968) 'Categories in Aristotle and Kant', in J. Moravcsik (ed) Aristotle: A Collection of Critical Essays

   Rosen, Michael (1982) Hegel's Dialectic and its Criticism

   Jaeschke, Walter (1981) 'Absolute Idee – Absolute Subjektivität. Zum Problem der Persönlichkeit Gottes in der Logik und in der Religionsphilosophie' , Zeitschrift für philosophische Forschung 35

 

@ Plato and Hegel: general

   (See also 'Plato, Aristotle, Kant and Hegel on the forms and categories')

   Lectures on the History of Philosophy, section on Plato

   Philosophy of Right, references to Plato

   Plato, Timaeus

   Rosen, Stanley (1974) 'Self-consciousness and self-knowledge in Plato and Hegel', Hegel-Studien 9

   Rose, R.E. (1978) 'Hegel, the Plato of the modern world', Southwestern Philosophical Studies

   Griswold, C. (1982) 'Reflections on 'dialectic' in Plato and Hegel', International Philosophical Quarterly 22(3)

   Vieillard-Baron, Jean-Louis (1997) Platon et l' idéalisme allemand

   Sedley, D. (1999) 'The ideal of Godlikeness in Plato', in G. Fine (ed) Oxford Readings in Plato vol. 2

   Ferrari, G.R.F. (1999) 'Platonic love' in R. Kraut (ed) The Cambridge Companion to Plato

   Armstrong, D. (2004) 'After the ascent: Plato on becoming like God', Oxford Studies 26

   Sembou, Evangelia (2006) 'The young Hegel on 'life' and 'love'', Bulletin of the Hegel Society of Great Britain 53-54

   Wallace, Robert M. (2019) Philosophical Mysticism in Plato, Hegel, and the Present

 

@ Plato and Hegel: political philosophies

   Lectures on the History of Philosophy, section on Plato's political philosophy

   Foster, M.B. (1935) The Political Philosophies of Plato and Hegel

   Inwood, Michael (1984) 'Hegel, Plato and Greek 'Sittlichkeit'', in Z.A. Pelczynski (ed) The State and Civil Society

   Browning, Gary (1987) 'Plato and Hegel: reason, redemption and political theory', History of Political Thought 8(3)

   Browning, Gary (1991) Plato and Hegel: Two Modes of Philosophizing about Politics

   Ware, R.B. (2000) 'Freedom as justice: Hegel's interpretation of Plato's 'Republic'', Metaphilosophy 31(3)

   Brooks, Thom (2006) 'Plato, Hegel, and democracy', Bulletin of the Hegel Society of Great Britain 53-54

 

@ Aristotle and Hegel

   (With thanks to Vicky Roupa)

   (See also 'Plato, Aristotle, Kant and Hegel on the forms and categories')

   Lectures on the history of Philosophy, section on Aristotle

   Mure, Geoffrey R.G. (1940) An Introduction to Hegel

   Weiss, F.G. (1969) Hegel's Critique of Aristotle's Philosophy of Mind

   Findlay, John N. (1971) 'Hegel's use of teleology', in Steinkraus, W.E. (ed) New Studies in the Philosophy of Hegel

   Aubenque, P. (1974) 'Hegel et Aristote', in J. d' Hondt (ed) Hegel et la pensée grecque

   Santoro-Brienza, L. (1992) 'Aristotle and Hegel on nature: some similarities', Bulletin of the Hegel Society of Great Britain 26

   Wolff, M. (1992) Das Körper-Seele Problem. Kommentar zu Hegel Enzyklopädie(1830), §389 [The Body-Soul Problem: Commentary on Hegel's 1830 Encyclopaedia, §389]

   Koninck, T. de and Planty-Bonjour, G. (eds) (1992) La question de Dieu selon Aristote et Hegel, esp. essays by P. Aubenque, V. Décarie and L. Ponton

   Ferrarin, Alfredo (2001) Hegel and Aristotle

   Pendlebury, G. (2006) Action and Ethics in Aristotle and Hegel: Escaping the Malign Influence of Kant

 

@ Aristotle and Hegel: political philosophy

   (See also 'Colonialism, slavery and race in Hegel')

   Ilting, Karl-Heinz (1963-4) 'Hegels Auseinandersetzung mit der aristotelischen Politik', Philosophisches Jahrbuch 71

   Pinson, J.-C. (1988) 'Hegel et l'empirisme dans l'ecrit sur le droit naturel de 1802-1803', Archives de Philosophie 51

   Depew, D.J. (1992) 'The polis transfigured: Aristotle's Politics and Marx's 'Critique of Hegel's Philosophy of Right'', in G.E. McCarthy (ed) Marx and Aristotle: Nineteenth Century German Social Theory and Classical Antiquity

   Fawes, H. (1995) 'L'esclave, le travail et l'action: Aristote et Hegel', Archives de Philosophie 58(1)

   Bull, Malcolm (1998) 'Slavery and the multiple self', New Left Review 231

 

@ Christian theology in general and Hegel

   (See also 'Christianity in Hegel, Hegel's christology' and 'Hegel's metaphysics: theological interpretations')

   Sontag, F. (1962) Divine Perfection: Possible Ideas of God

   Dickey, Laurence (1987) Hegel: Religion, Economics and the Politics of Spirit 1770-1807

 

@ Neo-Platonism, Pseudo-Dionysianism and Hegel

   (Plotinus, Proclus, Pseudo-Dionysius, John Scotus Eriugena)

   (Also in their relation to Schelling)

   Hegel, Lectures on the History of Philosophy, section on neo-Platonism

   Plotinus, Enneads

   Proclus, The Elements of Theology

   Rist, J.M. (1967) Plotinus: The Road to Reality (Cambridge), pp. 38-54

   Findlay, John N. (1970) 'Towards a neo-neo-platonism', in his Ascent to the Absolute: Metaphysical Papers and Lectures

   Beierwaltes, W. (1973) 'The revaluation of John Scottus Eriugena in German Idealism' in J.J. O'Meara and L. Bieler (eds) The Mind of Eriugena

   Vater, M.G. (1976) 'Schelling's neo-Platonic system-notation, 'Ineinsbildung' and temporal unfolding' in R.B. Harris (ed) The Significance of Neoplatonism

+ Kolakowski, L. (1978) Main Currents of Marxism vol. 1: The Founders, ch. 1

   Gottfried, P.E. (1981) 'Hegel and Proclus: remarks on a problematic relationship', Thought: Fordham University Quarterly 56

   O'Regan, Cyril (1994) The Heterodox Hegel, ch. 2 'The first narrative epoch: the immanent trinity'

   Beierwaltes, W. (2002) 'The legacy of Neoplatonism in F. W. J. Schelling's thought', International Journal of Philosophical Studies 10(4)

 

@ Paul, John, Marcion and Hegel

   Souche-Dagues, D. (2000) 'Thinking Logos in Hegelianism', Philosophical Forum 31(3-4)

 

@ Gnosticism and Hegel

   (See also 'Boehme and Hegel')

   Hanratty, G. (1984) 'Hegel and the Gnostic tradition: I', Philosophical Studies 30

   Hanratty, G. (1986-87) 'Hegel and the Gnostic tradition: II', Philosophical Studies 31

   O'Regan, Cyril (2001) Gnostic Return in Modernity

   Burbidge, John (2002) 'The word became flesh or the orthodox Hegel', Bulletin of the Hegel Society of Great Britain 45-46

   Mitscherling, J. (1997) 'The identity of the human and the divine in the logic of speculative philosophy', in M. Bauer (ed) Hegel and the Tradition: Essays in Honour of H.S. Harris

   Hanratty, G. (1997) Studies in Gnosticism and in the Philosophy of Religion

 

@ Aquinas and Hegel

   Lakebrink, B. (1955) Hegels dialektische Ontologie und die thomistische Analektik

   Maritain, J. (1964) Moral Philosophy, an Historical and Critical Survey of the Great Systems, section on Hegel

   Lakebrink, B. (1984) Perfectio omnium perfectionum. Studien zur Seinskonzeption bei Thomas von Aquin und Hegel

   Brito, E. (1991) Dieu et l'Etre d'après Thomas d'Aquin et Hegel

   Vieillard-Baron, J.-L. (1994) De Saint Thomas à Hegel

 

@ Hermeticism, German mysticism and Hegel: general

   (Hermes Trismegistus, Eckhart, Cusa, Bruno, Paracelsus, Boehme)

   Benz, E. [1968] The Mystical Sources of German Romantic Philosophy, tr. 1983

+ Kolakowski, L. (1978) Main Currents of Marxism vol. 1: The Founders, ch. 1 (Excellent summaries of emanationism in Plotinus, Eriugena, Eckhart, Nicholas of Cusa, Boehme, Silesius, Fénelon)

   Weeks, A. (1993) German Mysticism: From Hildegard of Bingen to Ludwig Wittgenstein, ch. 9

   Magee, G.A. (2001) Hegel and the Hermetic Tradition, introduction available online

   Magee, Glen A. (2009) 'Hegel and mysticism' in Frederick Beiser (ed) The Cambridge Companion to Hegel and Nineteenth Century Philosophy

 

@ Eckhart and Hegel

   Ekhart, Meister Eckhart: Selected Treatises and Sermons, eds J.M. Clark and J.V. Skinner 1963 (for his commentary on John's prologue see pp. 222-249)

   Lichtenstein, E. (1966) Zur Entwicklung des Bildungsbegriffs von Meister Eckhart bis Hegel

   Beriaschwili, M. (2001) 'Das einfache Eins-Werden des Menschen und Gottes bei Meister Eckhart und Hegel', Bochumer Philosophisches Jahrbuch fur Antike und Mittelalter 5(1)

 

@ Boehme and Hegel

   'Fragment on the life-course of God', in Jon Stewart (ed) Miscellaneous Writings of G.W.F. Hegel

   Lectures on the History of Philosophy vol. 3, section on Jacob Boehme

   Haldane, Elizabeth S. (1897) 'Jacob Boehme in his relation to Hegel', Philosophical Review 6(2)

   Habermas, Jürgen [1963] 'Between philosophy and science: Marxism as critique', in Theory and Practice, reprinted in S. Seidman ed. Jürgen Habermas on Society and Politics: A Reader 1992

   Benz, Ernst [1968] The Mystical Sources of German Romantic Philosophy, tr. B. Reynolds and Eunice Paul 1983

   Vieillard-Baron, Jean-Louis [1971] 'Natural religion: an investigation of Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit', tr. J. Stewart in Jon Stewart (ed) The Phenomenology of Spirit Reader 1998

   Walsh, David (1994) 'The historical dialectic of spirit: Jacob Boehme's influence on Hegel', in R.L. Perkins (ed) History and System: Hegel's Philosophy of History (with 'Comment' by E. von der Luft)

   Magee, Glen A. (2001) Hegel and the Hermetic Tradition

   O'Regan, Cyril (2002) Gnostic Apocalypse: Jacob Boehme's Haunted Narrative

   Magee, Glen A. (2009) 'Hegel and mysticism' in Frederick Beiser (ed) The Cambridge Companion to Hegel and Nineteenth Century Philosophy

 

@ Hobbes and Hegel

   Natural Law, tr. Knox, pp. 59-70

   Lectures on the History of Philosophy, The Lectures of 1825-1826, vol. 3, tr. Brown and Stewart, pp. 180-182

   Strauss, L. (1936) The Political Philosophy of Hobbes (see end of ch. 4)

   Riedel, Manfred (1971) 'Nature and freedom in Hegel's Philosophy of Right', in Z.A. Pelczynski (ed) Hegel's Political Philosophy: Problems and Perspectives, reprinted as 'Laws of nature and laws of right', ch. 3 of Riedel's Between Tradition and Revolution 1984

   Siep, Ludwig [1974] 'The struggle for recognition: Hegel's dispute with Hobbes in the Jena writings', in J. O'Neill (ed) Hegel's Dialectic of Desire and Recognition: Texts and Commentary 1996

* Taminiaux, Jacques [1981] 'Hegel and Hobbes', in his Dialectic and Difference: Modern Thought and the Sense of Human Limits 1985 (originally in French in Taminiaux's Philosophie et Politique)

   Peperzak, Adriaan (1995) 'Hegel and Hobbes revisited', in A. Collins (ed) Hegel on the Modern World

   Buchwalter, A. (1995) 'Hegel, Hobbes, Kant and the scientization of practical philosophy', in A. Collins (ed) Hegel on the Modern World

 

@ Spinoza and neo-Spinozism as influences on Hegel

   ('Neo-Spinozism' refers to the revival of Spinozistic thought by Herder, Goethe and Lessing in the 1780s)

   Spinoza [1677] Ethics

   Herder [1787] God: Some Conversations, Bobbs-Merrill 1940 (esp. the third conversation; see also the introduction by F.H Burkhardt)

   Beck, L.W. (1969) Early German Philosophy: Kant and his Predecessors

   Bell, D. (1984) Spinoza in Germany from 1670 to the Age of Goethe

   Beiser, Frederick C. (1987) The Fate of Reason: German Philosophy From Kant to Fichte

   Walther, M. (ed) (1992) Spinoza und der deutsche Idealimus

   Moder, Gregor (2017) Hegel and Spinoza

  

@ Spinoza and pantheism: Hegel's critique

   (Including Hegel's debates with those who accused him of atheism and pantheism)

   Phenomenology of Spirit §17

   Science of Logic, tr. Miller¸ pp. 536-40 ('The philosophy of Spinoza and Leibniz'), 580-1

   Encyclopaedia Logic §151A

   Philosophy of Spirit §573

   Lectures on the History of Philosophy, tr. Haldane and Simson, vol. 3 pp. 256-290

   Lectures on the Philosophy of Religion vol. 1, the section 'Of God'

   Whittemore, R.C. (1960) 'Hegel as panentheist', Tulane Studies in Philosophy 9

   Parkinson, G.H.R. (1977) 'Hegel, pantheism and Spinoza', Journal of the History of Ideas 38(3)

   Lauer, Quentin (1982) Hegels' Concept of God, ch. 6 'The question of pantheism'

   Yovel, Yirmiyahu (1989) The Adventures of Immanence, ch. 2

   Byrne, L. (1990) 'Hegel's criticism of Spinoza's concept of the attribute', in G. di Giovanni (ed) Essays on Hegel's Logic

   Solomon, R.C. (1978) 'The secret of Hegel (Kierkegaard's complaint): a study in Hegel's philosophy of religion', The Philosophical Forum 9(4)

   Ng, Karen (2020) Hegel's Concept of Life: Self-Consciousness, Freedom, Logic, sec. 4.3 'The absolute: Hegel's crtique of substance' abstract

 

@ Maimon and Hegel

   Atlas, S. (1964) From Critical to Speculative Idealism: The Philosophy of Salomon Maimon

   Beiser, Frederick C. (1987) The Fate of Reason: German Philosophy from Kant to Fichte, ch. 10

 

@ Rousseau and Hegel

   (See also 'French Revolution')

   (See also 'Social contract theory: Hegel's critique')

   (See also 'Freedom in Hegel')

   Phenomenology ch. 6B 3 'Absolute freedom and terror'

   Encyclopaedia Logic §163A

   Philosophy of Right §§29R, 258R

   Philosophy of Spirit §435, 435A

   Lectures on the History of Philosophy, secs. on Rousseau

   Bloch, Ernst (1962) Subjekt-Objekt. Erläuterungen zu Hegel p244ff

   Kelly, George A. (1969) Idealism Politics and History: Sources of Hegelian Thought, pp. 336-342

   Méthais, P. (1974) 'Contrat et volonté genérale selon Hegel et Rousseau' in Jacques d'Hondt (ed) Hegel et le Siècle des Lumières

   Henrich, Dieter (1975) Hegel im Kontext p44ff

   Riley, Patrick (1982) Will and Political Legitimacy, chs. on Rousseau and Hegel

   Fulda, Hans F. and Horstmann, Rolf-Peter (eds) (1991) Rousseau, die Revolution und der junge Hegel

   Philonenko, A. (1991) 'Rousseau et Hegel: droit et histoire', in Hans F. Fulda and Rolf-Peter Horstmann (eds) Rousseau, die Revolution und der junge Hegel

   Fulda, Hans F. (1991) 'Rousseausche Probleme in Hegels Entwicklung', in Hans F. Fulda and Rolf-Peter Horstmann (eds) Rousseau, die Revolution und der junge Hegel

   Wokler, Robert (1993) 'Hegel's Rousseau: the general will and civil society', Arachne 8, Göteborg; reprinted in Wokler's Rousseau's Enlightenment: The Historical Contexts of his Social Thought 1998

   Ripstein, Arthur (1994) 'Universal and general wills: Hegel and Rousseau', Political Theory 22(3)

   Neuhouser, Frecerick (2000) Foundations of Hegel's Social Theory: Actualizing Freedom, chs. 1-2

   De Laurentiis, Allegra (2003) 'The place of Rousseau in Hegel's system', in D.A. Duquette (ed) Hegel's History of Philosophy: New Interpretations

   Church, Jeffrey (2010) 'The freedom of desire: Hegel's response to Rousseau on the problem of civil society', American Journal of Political Science 54(1) abstract

 

@ Political economists and Hegel: general

   (See also 'Market economy')

   Lukács, Georg [1948] The Young Hegel

   Avineri, Shlomo (1972) Hegel's Theory of the Modern State, first chapters

   Dickey, Laurence (1987) Hegel: Religion, Economics and the Politics of Spirit, 1770-180, ch. 5

* Waszek, Norbert (1988) The Scottish Enlightenment and Hegel's Account of 'Civil Society', chs. 3-5 contents

   Priddat, Birger P. (1990) Hegel als Ökonom

   Neocleous, Mark (1998) 'Policing the system of needs: Hegel, political economy, and the police of the market', History of European Ideas 24(1)

 

@ Steuart and Hegel

   Rosenkranz, Karl (1844) Georg Wilhem Friedrich Hegels Leben, reprinted 1963, p.86 (report of Hegel's now lost 1799 commentary on Steuart's Inquiry into the Principles of Political Economy, translated in Henry S. Harris, Hegel's Development I: Towards the Sunlight (1770-1801) 1972, p. 435)

   Steuart, James (1767) An Inquiry into the Principles of Political Economy

   Chamley, Paul (1963) Économie politique et philosophie chez Stuart et Hegel

   Chamley, Paul (1965) 'Les origines de la pensée économique de Hegel', Hegel-Studien 3

   Chamley, Paul (1967) 'Notes de lectures relatives à Smith, Steuart et Hegel', Revue d'économie politique 77

   Plant, Raymond (1973) Hegel: An Introduction, 2nd ed. 1983, see 1st edition pp. 108-123

   Plant, Raymond (1977) 'Hegel and political economy, parts 1 and 2', New Left Review 103‑4, revised and extended as 'Hegel on political economy', in W. Maker (ed) Hegel on Economics and Freedom 1987

   Cullen, Bernard (1979) Hegel's Social and Political Thought

   Waszek, Norbert (1988) The Scottish Enlightenment and Hegel's Account of 'Civil Society', ch. 5 'Hegel's 'libéralisme interventionniste' and the legacy of Steuart and Smith' preview

   Caboret, Dominique (1999) 'The market economy and social classes in James Steuart and G.W.F Hegel', in Ramon Tortajada (ed) The Economics of James Steuart abstract

   Ege, Ragip (1999) 'The new interpretation of Steuart by Paul Chamley', in Ramon Tortajada (ed) The Economics of James Steuart abstract

   Waszek, Norbert (2006) 'Hegel luttait contre ce qu'il avait de mort dans cette doctrine« (Rosenkranz): Steuart, le jeune Hegel et la vie économique', Hegel-Jahrbuch 8(1) preview

   Campagnolo, Gilles (2019) 'Steuart, Hegel, Chamley: a case upon the nature of 'influence'', in José M. Menudo (ed) The Economic Thought of Sir James Steuart: First Economist of the Scottish Enlightenment site

 

@ Smith and Hegel

   Waszek, Norbert (1985) 'Adam Smith and Hegel on the pin factory', Owl of Minerva 16(2)

   Chamley, Paul (1967) 'Notes de lectures relatives à Smith, Steuart et Hegel', Revue d'économie politique 77

   Waszek, Norbert (1988) The Scottish Enlightenment and Hegel's Account of 'Civil Society', ch. 5 'Hegel's 'libéralisme interventionniste' and the legacy of Steuart and Smith' preview

   Henderson, James P. and Davis, John B. (1991) 'Adam Smith's influence on Hegel's philosophical writings', Journal of the History of Economic Thought 13(2) abstract

   Herzog, Linda (2013) Inventing the Market: Smith, Hegel, and Political Theory contents

 

@ PRECURSORS: GERMAN IDEALISM

 

@ German idealism and Hegel

   Seth Pringle-Pattison, A. (1882) The Development from Kant to Hegel, reprinted 2002, available online

   Henrich, Dieter [1973] Between Kant and Hegel: Lectures on German Idealism, tr. 2003

   Ameriks, Karl and Sturma, Dieter (eds) (1995) The Modern Subject: Conceptions of the Self in Classical German Philosophy

   Kelm, D. and Zöller, G. (eds) (1997) Figuring the Self: Subject, Absolute and Others in Classical German Philosophy

   Sedgwick, Sally S. (ed) (2000) The Reception of Kant's Critical Philosophy: Fichte, Schelling, and Hegel

   Beiser, Frederick C. (2002) German Idealism: The Struggle Against Subjectivism, 1781-1801

   Pinkard, Terry (2002) German Philosophy 1760-1860: The Legacy of Idealism

   Beiser, F. (2005) Hegel

   Clarke, James A. and Gottlieb, Gabriel (eds) (2021) Practical Philosophy from Kant to Hegel: Freedom, Right and Revolution

 

@ German idealism: post-Kantian perfectionism

   (See also 'Will and freedom as the basis of the Philosophy of Right: Stern's view')

   Moggach Douglas (2011) 'Post-Kantian perfectionism', in Douglas Moggach (ed) Politics, Religion, and Art: Hegelian Debates

   Moggach Douglas (2021) 'Left-Kantian perfectionism', Critical Review 33(2)

   Moggach, Douglas, Nadine Mooren, and Michael Quante (eds) (2020) Der Perfektionismus der Autonomie

   Moggach, Doug (2022) 'Post-Kantian perfectionism: a study in the political thought of German Idealism, from Leibniz to Marx', Academicus International Scientific Journal 26

 

@ Kant and Hegel: general

   (See also 'Bifurcation')

   (For specific areas see 'Kant's epistemology and metaphysics: Hegel's critique', 'Kant's ethics and theory of will and freedom: Hegel's critique' and 'Kant and Fichte's theology and Hegel')

   Priest, S. (ed) (1987) Hegel's Critique of Kant

   Zimmerman, R.L. (2005) The Kantianism of Hegel and Nietzsche: Renovation in 19th-Century German Philosophy

   Sedgwick, Sally S. (2012) Hegel's Critique of Kant

   Krijnen, Christian (ed) (2019) Concepts of Normativity: Kant or Hegel? contents

 

@ Kant and the Phenomenology

   Solomon, R.C. (1974) 'Hegel's epistemology', American Philosophical Quarterly 11, reprinted in Michael Inwood (ed) Hegel

   Redding, Paul (1996) Hegel's Hermeneutics

   Kain, P.J. (2005) Hegel and the Other: A Study of the Phenomenology of Spirit

   Bristow, W.F. (2007) Hegel and the Transformation of Philosophical Critique

 

@ Kant's epistemology and metaphysics: Hegel's critique

   (Also on the contrast between Hegel's idealism and Kant's in general)

   (See also specific sections)

   (See also 'Plato, Aristotle, Kant and Hegel on the forms and categories')

   (See also 'Kant and Fichte's theology and Hegel')

   (See also 'Judgment'')

   (See also 'Metaphysics of Hegel: Kantian interpretations')

   (See also 'McDowell on Hegel')

   (For Hegel's general critique of the Kantian standpoint see 'Bifurcation and the standpoint of modern thought, Kant's standpoint as a whole')

   Faith and Knowledge, A. 'Kantian Philosophy', esp. c. pp. 63-78 (focuses on concept vs. intuition)

   Phenomenology §235

   Science of Logic, tr. Miller, pp. 35-36, 44-47, 56, 62-3, 489-490, 577-595, 789

   Encyclopaedia Logic §§40-60

   Philosophy of Spirit §§413-425

   Lectures on the History of Philosophy, volume 3, section on Kant

   Maier, J. (1966) Hegel's Critique of Kant

   Soll, Ivan (1969) An Introduction to Hegel's Metaphysics, ch. 2

   Smith, J.E. (1973) 'Hegel's critique of Kant', Review of Metaphysics 26, reprinted in J.J. O'Malley and others, Hegel and the History of Philosophy 1974

   Solomon, R.C. (1970) 'Hegel's concept of 'Geist'', Review of Metaphysics 23, reprinted in MacIntyre (ed) Hegel: A Collection of Critical Essays

   Sayers, S. (1985) Reality and Reason: Dialectic and the Theory of Knowledge, chs. 2-3

   Ameriks, Karl (1985) 'Hegel's critique of Kant's theoretical philosophy' Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 46(1)

   Priest, S. (ed) (1987) Hegel's Critique of Kant, first six essays (Guyer)

   Hartnack, J. (1987) 'Categories and things-in-themselves' in Priest (ed) Hegel's Critique of Kant

   Pippin, Robert C. (1987) 'Kant on the spontaneity of mind', Canadian Journal of Philosophy 17(2), reprinted in Pippin's Idealism as Modernism: Hegelian Variations

   Rosen, Michael (1988) 'From Vorstellung to thought: is a 'non-metaphysical' view of Hegel possible?', in Dieter Henrich and Rolf-Peter Horstmann (eds) Metaphysik nach Kant?, reprinted in Stern (ed) G.W.F. Hegel: Critical Assessments vol. 3

* Bird, G. (1987) 'Hegel's account of Kant's epistemology in the Lectures on the History of Philosophy', in S. Priest (ed) Hegel's Critique of Kant

   Pippin, Robert C. (1989) Hegel's Idealism, chs. 1, 2, and part 3

   Stern, Robert (1990) Hegel, Kant and the Structure of the Object

* Guyer, P. (1993) 'Thought and being: Hegel's critique of Kant's theoretical philosophy', in F.C. Beiser (ed) The Cambridge Companion to Hegel

   McDowell, John (1996) Mind and World

   McDowell, John [2001] 'L'Idealismo di Hegel come Radicalizazzione di Kant', in L. Ruggiu and L. Testa (eds) Hegel contemporaneo: La ricezione americana di Hegel a confronto con la tradizione europe 2003

 

@ Kant on self-consciousness, apperception and the transcendental deduction: Hegel's critique

   (See also 'McDowell on Hegel', 'Hegel's metaphysics: Kantian interpretations')

   (For apperception in Hegel's own account of self-consciousness, see 'Consciousness, Self-consciousness and the I: apperceptive interpretations')

   Faith and Knowledge, A. 'Kantian Philosophy'

   Science of Logic, pp. 577-595

   Guyer, P. (1980) 'Kant on apperception and a priori synthesis', American Philosophical Quarterly 17

   Düsing, Klaus (1983) 'Constitution and structure of self-identity: Kant's theory of apperception and Hegel's criticism', Midwest Studies in Philosophy 8, reprinted in Stern (ed) G.W.F. Hegel: Critical Assessments vol. 3

   Priest, S. (1987) 'Subjectivity and objectivity in Kant and Hegel' in Priest (ed) Hegel's Critique of Kant

* Pippin, Robert C. (1989) 'Apperception and the difference between Kantian and Hegelian idealism', in G. Funke and T.M. Seebohm (eds) Proceedings of the Sixth International Kant Congress vol. II/2, 535-550, revised as ch. 2 of Pippin's Hegel's Idealism

   Sedgwick, Sally S. (1992) 'Hegel's treatment of transcendental apperception in Kant', The Owl of Minerva 23(2)

   Sedgwick, Sally S. (1993) 'Pippin on Hegel's critique of Kant', International Philosophical Quarterly 33(3)

   De Nys, Martin J. (1995) 'Self-consciousness and the concept in Hegel's appropriation of Kant' in A.B. Collins (ed) Hegel on the Modern World

   Stern, D.S. (1995) 'Transcendental apperception and subjective logic: Kant and Hegel on the role of the subject', in A.B. Collins (ed) Hegel on the Modern World (no abstract)

   Vendler, Zeno (1977) 'A note on the paralogisms', in G. Ryle (ed) Contemporary Aspects of Philosophy

   Keller, Pierre (1998) Kant and the Demands of Self-Consciousness, chs. 1-2

   Brook, Andrew (2001) 'Kant, self-reference and self-awareness', in A. Brook and R.C. DeVidi (eds) Self-Reference and Self-Awareness

   McDowell, John (2003) 'The apperceptive I and the empirical self: towards a heterodox reading of 'lordship and bondage' in Hegel's Phenomenology', Bulletin of the Hegel Society of Great Britain 47-48, reprinted in Katerina Deligiorgi (ed) Hegel: New Directions 2006

   Schulting, D. (2005) 'Hegel on Kant's 'synthetic a priori' in 'Glauben und Wissen', in A. Arndt (ed) Glauben und Wissen, Dritter Teil (Hegel-Jahrbuch 2005)

 

@ Kant's dialectic and antinomies: Hegel's critique

   Encyclopaedia Logic §48

   Science of Logic 'Pure Quantity', remark 2 (pp. 190-199), 'Quantitative infinity' remark 2 (pp. 234-238)

   Sedgwick, Sally S. (1991) 'Hegel on Kant's antinomies and the distinction between general and transcendental logic', The Monist 74(3)

   Priest, G. (1995) Beyond the Limits of Thought

 

@ Kant's ethics: Hegel's critique of it in general

   (Including material focusing exclusively on ch. 5C and ch. 6C of the Phenomenology)

   (Also Hegel's critique of Kant's theory of freedom, will and morality; of Moralität)

   (For Hegel on form and content, and critique of Kant's formalism, see)

   (For introductions to Kant's ethics see rethics)

   (For Kant on freedom, will and morality see that in rethics)

   (See also bibliography in Wood 1990 p273)

   (See also 'Action and Will' and 'Duty, desire and feelings in Hegel')

   Phenomenology of Spirit, ch. 5Cb, 5Cc, 6C

   Philosophy of Right §§129-141 'Good and conscience'

   Bradley, F.H. (1927) Ethical Studies, 2nd ed., essay 4 'Duty for duty's sake' ('duty' cannot motivate an action for it has no determinate content – pretty poor argument)

   Reyburn, H.A. (1921) The Ethical Theory of Hegel, chs. 8-10

   Ritter, Joachim [1956] 'Morality and ethical life: Hegel's controversy with Kantian ethics' in Hegel and the French Revolution: Essays on the Philosophy of Right

   Knox, Thomas M. (1957-58) 'Hegel's attitude to Kant's ethics', Kant-Studien 49, pp. 76-81

   Maier, J. (1966) On Hegel's Critique of Kant, relevant chapters

   Walsh, W.H. (1969) Hegelian Ethics, chs. 1-9

   Shklar, J. N. (1974) 'The Phenomenology: beyond morality', Western Philosophical Quarterly 27, reprinted in Stern (ed) G.W.F. Hegel: Critical Assessments vol. 4

   Gram, Moltke S. (1978) 'Moral and literary ideals in Hegel's critique of 'the moral world-view'', Clio 7: pp. 375-402, reprinted in Jon Stewart (ed) The Phenomenology of Spirit Reader

   Petry, Michael J. (1983) 'Hegel's criticism of the ethics of Kant and Fichte', in L. Stepelevich and D. Lamb (eds) Hegel's Philosophy of Action

   Priest, S. (ed) (1987) Hegel's Critique of Kant, relevant essays

   O'Hagan, Tim (1987) 'On Hegel's critique of Kant's moral and political philosophy', in Priest (ed) Hegel's Critique of Kant

   Sedgwick, Sally S. (1988) 'Hegel's critique of the subjective idealism of Kant's ethics', Journal of the History of Philosophy 26 (Guyer)

   Rawls, John (1989) 'Themes in Kant's moral philosophy', in E. Förster (ed) Kant's Transcendental Deductions

   Hoy, D.C. (1989) 'Hegel's critique of Kantian morality', History of Philosophy Quarterly 6

   Stern, P. (1989) 'On rational autonomy and ethical community: Hegel's critique of Kantian morality', Praxis International 9(3)

* Wood, Allen (1990) Hegel's Ethical Thought, chs. 8-9

   Allison, H.E. (1990) Kant's Theory of Freedom, ch. 10 sec. 2

   Westphal, Kenneth R. (1992?) 'Hegel's critique of Kant's moral world view', Philosophical Topics 19(2)

+ Wood, Allen (1993) 'Hegel's ethics', in F.C. Beiser (ed) The Cambridge Companion to Hegel

   Pippin, Robert C. (1995) 'Hegel on the rationality and priority of ethical life', Neue Hefte für Philosophie 35, reprinted as 'Hegel's ethical rationalism' in Pippin's Idealism as Modernism: Hegelian Variations 1997

   Sedgwick, Sally S. (2000) 'Metaphysics and morality in Kant and Hegel', in Sally Sedgwick (ed) The Reception of Kant's Critical Philosophy: Fichte, Schelling, and Hegel summary

 

@ Kant's ethics: Hegel's critique of its formalism and so emptiness

   (Including Hegels' critique of Kant's divorce of morality and feeling – see also 'Duty, desire and feelings in Hegel')

   (Including Hegel on form generating content in ethics)

   Phenomenology of Spirit, ch. 5C sec. c

   Natural Law, tr. T.M. Knox 1975, pp. 70-92, esp. 75-83

   Philosophy of Right §§135R 'Good and conscience'

   Walsh, W.H. (1969) Hegelian Ethics, ch. 4 'Ethical formalism'

   Ameriks, Karl (1987) 'The Hegelian critique of Kantian morality', in B. den Ouden (ed) New Essays on Kant

   Sedgwick, Sally S. (1988) 'On the relation of pure reason to content: a reply to Hegel's critique of formalism in Kant's ethics', Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 49(1)

   Wood, Allen (1989) 'The emptiness of the moral will', The Monist 72(3), reprinted in R. Stern (ed) G.W.F. Hegel: Critical Assessments vol. 4

* Wood, Allen (1990) Hegel's Ethical Thought, ch. 9 'The emptiness of the moral law'

   Pippin, Robert C. (1991) 'Idealism and agency in Kant and Hegel', Journal of Philosophy 88

   Pippin, Robert C. (1991) 'Hegel, ethical reasons, Kantian rejoinders', Philosophical Topics 19(2), reprinted in Pippin's Idealism as Modernism: Hegelian Variations

   Sedgwick, Sally S. (1998) 'On the relation of pure reason to content: a reply to Hegel's critique of formalism in Kant's ethics', Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 49

   Wood, Allen (1999) Kant's Ethical Thought, ch. 3 sec. 7 'Problems with FUL'

   Freyenhagen, Fabian (2011) 'Empty, dangerous and useless? Recent Kantian replies to the empty formalism objection', Hegel Bulletin 32(1-2)

   Hahn, Songsuk (2011) 'Logical form and ethical content', Hegel Bulletin 32(1-2)

 

@ Reinhold

   Franks, Paul W. (2005) All or Nothing: Systematicity, Transcendental Arguments, and Skepticism in German Idealism, ch. 4 'Post-Kantian transcendental arguments'

   Breazeale, Daniel (2021) 'Freedom and duty: Kant, Reinhold, Fichte', in James A. Clarke and Gabriel Gottlieb (eds) (2021) Practical Philosophy from Kant to Hegel: Freedom, Right and Revolution