Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit is doubtlessly one of the most influential works of philosophy ever compiled. Read morePublished on Aug. 9 2009 by T. McLaughlin
Hegel's famous and difficult 45-page Preface to his Phenomenology of Spirit requires intensive study, but will reward the serious reader with nothing less than a cognitive... Read morePublished on April 26 2004 by Bill Wachmer - firstname.lastname@example.org
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel's *Phenomenology of Spirit* is the single most important book of philosophy ever published, surpassing the *Critique of Pure Reason* in influence by... Read morePublished on March 4 2004 by Jeffrey Rubard
A professor once told me that nearly every major work of philosophy since the time of the Greeks could be pared down to one small pamphlet. The rest is filler. Read morePublished on Jan. 20 2003 by "j_kane"
If you're looking for easily-digested novels and neat, facile ideas that won't take much effort or time from your life, then don't pick up this book. Read morePublished on Jan. 8 2003 by Scott Gates
Impassioned fans of Hegel should first read Sovereignty of Good by Iris Murdoch. Then they should Read Feynman's Surely You Must be Joking. Read morePublished on Sept. 17 2002 by A. M. Rosencrants
This is the worst book I have ever read. Don't read it unless you must for class. What Hegel didn't realize when he wrote this book was that neither he nor the World Spirit had yet... Read morePublished on Aug. 23 2002 by henning rasmussen
Have you ever met anyone who dresses in black, smokes Brazilian cigarettes and espouses that Hegel is "best read in the original German? Read morePublished on Jan. 23 2002