OUP reprint 1990
8vo paperback 98 pages. Minor crease to front cover o/w VG+ 95 gms
(Order reference 16353). £3.00
Many people regard Hegel’s work as obscure and extremely difficult, yet his importance and influence are universally acknowledged. Professor Singer eliminates any excuse for remaining ignorant of the outlines of Hegel’s philosophy by providing a broad discussion of his ideas and an account of his major works. `an excellent introduction to Hegel’s thought. Hegel is neatly placed in historical context; the formal waltz of dialectic and the dialectic master and slave are economically illumined; Singer’s use of analogy is at times inspired.’ Galen Strawson, Sunday Times `Singer’s book forms an ideal introduction to Hegel; to have made so much clear in ninety pages is a remarkable feat.’ Anthony Manser Times Higher Educational Supplement. This book is intended for a-level and degree students of philosophy.