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Hegel's Logic

Being Part One of the Encyclopaedia of the Philosophical Sciences (1830)

Third Edition

G. W. F. Hegel
Translated by William Wallace and With a foreword by J. N. Findlay

Publication Date - May 1975

ISBN: 9780198245124

386 pages

Retail Price to Students: $69.99


Still one of the most felicitous of Hegelian translations, Wallace's version of the Logic brings out, with matchless skill, the spirit and sense of the original. The translation covers the Zusätze added by Leopold von Henning, which include some of Hegel's most memorable utterances. An introduction by J.N. Findlay throws light on the logical pattern of the work and its relation to the pattern of the whole system of which it is the notional anticipation, and corrects a small number of errors in the translation itself.