Hegel in 90 Minutes
Publish date: April 1st 1997
Publisher: Ivan R. Dee Publisher
Pages no: 91
Edition language: English
Series: Philosophers in 90 Minutes
Paul Strathern is no fan of Hegel. Terms like "monumental obfuscation" and "bereft of meaning" get tossed around and those are not quotes from Hegel's critics, those are quotes from the author. This little book provides a short biography of Hegel and a massive smack-down of his prose style. You may ...
This book gives you the bare basics on Hegel's philosophy, which may be all you need to know. From what this book says, Hegel is obviously a philosopher you will want to read about rather than actually reading his work; you'll see why when I quote him (as quoted in this book).Meanwhile, as mind itse...
If you hate Hegel, you will like this book.If you are indifferent to Hegel, but like things that are funny, you will like this book.If you love Hegel, you will hate this book.If you are trying to read up to impress a devout Hegelian, this book will not be useful to you.If you listen to the audiobook...