Publisher: Independently Published
Published: Jun 18 2021
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The book is a must-read for anyone tackling Hegel and particularly the History of Philosophy. The book provides the perfect starting point for delving into Hegelian dialectics. Hegel's lectures provide very important insights into his philosophy. Yet, this body of work has been largely ignored by Hegel scholars. In a three-volume work, Mehmet Tabak offers the first comprehensive interpretation of these lectures. He follows all of Hegel's specific lectures, step-by-step, interprets their salient points, at times critically, and connects them to the ideas Hegel expresses in his other major works. The result is a valuable and accessible introduction to how Hegel understood other philosophers before him and how he situated himself within the history of philosophy. The present volume covers Hegel's lengthy Introduction, his lectures on Oriental Philosophy, and the Greek period extending from Thales to the Socratics.