Original Hegel Books
- PDFS of all (German) Hegel works in the 19th century (Tableview:) - complete reworked. More Hegel works and editions as PDFs, nearly all PDFS are now searchable. All PDFs have the structure: Title page first, then table of content, then content, starting with all forewords, typo corrections at the end..
In the triangles, you can now switch between the various language versions by hotkeys
- shift+alt+a -> Arabic
- shift+alt+b -> Brazil/portugese
- shift+alt+d -> German (Deutsch) version
- shift+alt+e -> English version
- shift+alt+f -> French
- shift+alt+h -> Hindi version
- shift+alt+i -> Italian
- shift+alt+j -> Japanese
- shift+alt+k -> Korean
- shift+alt+r -> Russian
- shift+alt+s -> Spanish
- shift+alt+z -> Chinese
Also, you can now switch the level of the triangle with these hotkeys
- shift+alt+1 -> 1st level
- shift+alt+2 -> 2nd level
- shift+alt+3 -> 3rd level
(You may need to clear your cache in order for this to work)
This is an experimental feature. We may need some of the hotkeys for other purposes later. Also, depending on your browser, some of the hotkeys may have already other usages in your browser.
- added the possibility to show three level triangles (see “level 3” button above the triangles). and use them to get an overview and to move quickly through the system. Especially useful on a big screen. See e.g. https://hegel.net/en/e0.htm#tri3 (2020-09-21)
- searchable list of all articles of the “Owl of Minerva,” the journal of the Hegel Society of America Thank you very much to the Hegel Society of America and the Philosophy Documentation Center for their support (2020-09-19)
- searchable list of all English articles of the “Hegel Studien”, the leading German journal for Hegel studies. Thanks very much to the publisher, Felix Meiner Verlag, Hamburg, for their help. (2020-09-10)
- searchable list of all German articles of the “Hegel Studien”. Thanks very much to the publisher, Felix Meiner Verlag, Hamburg, for their help. (2020-09-10)
- Hegel Audio books (in German) (2020-09-19)
- Added more triangles for the chemical substances. Like in other parts of the system, where we have expanded the Hegelian system to include new areas/discoveries, we have marked them in brackets “” (e.g. in the areas classification single-cell organisms, classification plant kingdom, classification animal kingdom, and sun/light), as well as the books of the bible. (2020-09-11, revised 2020-09-17)
Added English translation of Hegel’s Nürnberger Encyclopedia, the earliest know version of his Encyclopedia, which he wrote for lecturing his older teenage pupil when he was schoolmaster at the Ägidiengymnasium, Nürnberg. Some parts of the translation have been done by translation programs. So it may still contain errors. Please compare the German version, when in doubt. In case you find some errors or have some suggestions for better translations, please let us know. (2020-09-08).
Added Who thinks abstract?, an early nice little essay of Hegel, in which he argues that ordinary people think abstract, not philosophers. With several examples. We also provide versions in other languages as well (as always, you can switch languages via the flag menu in the top right corner).(2020-09-07)
Kai’s Hegel workshop - Logic and metaphysics, basic concepts
(Pls. note that the following article, like all Hegel workshop articles, are first translations of older articles from Kai Froeb’s “Hegel Workshop” (Hegel Werkstatt). They claim to be inspired by and compatible with Hegel’s philosophy, but in no way do they cover all aspects of Hegel’s thoughts on the subject. Instead, I (Kai) try to develop a fresh argumentation in my own words, without too much quotes from Hegel. So all possible errors are from myself. I hope you find them helpful anyway. In any case, I’d like to hear your feedback).
- On Infinity - Explains the “true” infinity within Hegel’s Philosophy, a central concept of him. It also relates to the concept (see our concept tutorial) and to truth. (2020-09-07).
This month, the 27th of August, we celebrate Hegel’s 250th birthday. Happy birthday Hegel!
- The number of items in the Hegel Triangles representing the terms of the Phenomenology have been doubled from 63 to 127. Still more will follow in future. In the process, we also expanded several of the shortened page titles so that they resemble more the original titles of the table of content of the Phenomenology. (2020-08-26 to 2020-08-28)
- added the possibility to move from single triangles to the next triangle in the sequence by clicking on the new added arrow on the top of the triangle (2020-07-09). See e.g. https://hegel.net/en/e11111.htm or https://hegel.net/en/e111133.htm
- Hegel’s Library 1832 Scan of a reprint of the auction catalogue of Hegel’s library after his death 1832 (about 1.7 MB). Contains a list of more than 1600 books. (2020-07-10).
Kai’s Hegel workshop - Logic and metaphysics, basic concepts
(Pls. note that the following three articles, are first translations of older articles from Kai Froeb’s “Hegel Workshop” (Hegel Werkstatt). They claim to be inspired by and compatible with Hegel’s philosophy, but in no way to cover all aspects of Hegel’s thoughts on the subject. Instead, I (Kai) try in my own words to develop a fresh argumentation, without too much quotes from Hegel. So all possible errors are from myself. I hope you find them helpful anyway. In any case, I’d like to hear your feedback).
- Concept tutorial (2020-07-03)
- Ignorance and Scepticism (2020-07-05)
- What is truth? (2020-07-05. Focussed/shortened it a bit and added some more explanations and footnotes 2020-07-15/16).
- “Hegel in Berlin” by Jacques D’Hondt (abridged translation by Stephen Cowley) (2020-07-05)
- Carl Rosenkranz’s “Life of Hegel” 1-12/24 (abridged translation by Stephen Cowley) (2020-07-05)
- Carl Rosenkranz’s “Life of Hegel” 13-24/24 (abridged translation by Stephen Cowley) (2020-07-08)
- Carl Rosenkranz’s “Life of Hegel” (TOC) (2020-07-08)
- Corrected some typos, changed title and added a reference to Rosenkranz in Abridged and commented translation of Horst Althaus on Hegel’s death (2020-07-08)
Works of Hegel
- Hegel’s Edition of Jean Jacques Carts’ letters (abridged translation by Stephen Cowley) (2020-07-03)
- Why has the Hegelian School declined after Hegel’s death? (2020-07-05)
- Karl Rosenkranz (2020-07-05)
- On Karl Rosenkranz’s Hegel biography (2020-07-05)