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Three Essays, 1793-1795

Three Essays, 1793-1795

The Tübingen Essay, Berne Fragments, and The Life of Jesus

G. W. F. Hegel
Edited and Translated with Introduction and Notes by Peter Fuss and John Dobbins

ISBN: 978-0-268-04204-2
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Publication Year: 1984

Peter Fuss is the author of The Moral Philosophy of Josiah Royce, the editor and translator of Five Philosophers, and the co-editor and translator of Nietzsche: A Self-Portrait through His Letters.

John Dobbins is the author of numerous articles on Hegel.

“In another welcome addition to recent scholarship on Hegel, three essays from the early years of 1793-95 are here translated into English for the first time. . . . Highly recommended for all libraries with collections of Hegel.” — Choice

“This helpful and handy text delivers to us three key essays . . . an extremely readable text which undergraduate students can manage, strategic critical footnotes, a twenty-nine page critical introduction, a brief chronology of Hegel’s life and career, a selected bibliography, and an index. The work of careful scholarship is evident in all these elements. Highly recommended.” —Religious Studies Review

" . . . a fluent, highly readable translation of Hegel’s earliest writings . . . new possibilities for studying the trajectory of Hegel’s religious thought have been opened up." —Journal of the American Academy of Religion

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Three Essays, 1793-1795

The Tübingen Essay, Berne Fragments, and The Life of Jesus

G. W. F. Hegel
Edited and
Translated with Introduction and Notes by Peter Fuss and John Dobbins

 Three Essays, 1793-1795: The Tübingen Essay, Berne Fragments, and The Life of Jesus
Paper Edition

ISBN: 978-0-268-04204-2

0 pages

“In another welcome addition to recent scholarship on Hegel, three essays from the early years of 1793-95 are here translated into English for the first time. . . . Highly recommended for all libraries with collections of Hegel.” — Choice

“This helpful and handy text delivers to us three key essays . . . an extremely readable text which undergraduate students can manage, strategic critical footnotes, a twenty-nine page critical introduction, a brief chronology of Hegel’s life and career, a selected bibliography, and an index. The work of careful scholarship is evident in all these elements. Highly recommended.” —Religious Studies Review

" . . . a fluent, highly readable translation of Hegel’s earliest writings . . . new possibilities for studying the trajectory of Hegel’s religious thought have been opened up." —Journal of the American Academy of Religion