The Logic of Hegel; Translated from The Encyclopedia of the Philosophical Sciences and with Prolegomena by William Wallace, M. A. G. F. W. Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich.
The Logic of Hegel; Translated from The Encyclopedia of the Philosophical Sciences and with Prolegomena by William Wallace, M. A.

The Logic of Hegel; Translated from The Encyclopedia of the Philosophical Sciences and with Prolegomena by William Wallace, M. A.

Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1874. First English language edition. Hardcover. 8vo. [5], vi-clxxxiv, [1], 2-332, [1], 2-15 (publisher's catalogue), [1] pp. Bound in dark purple cloth with borders in blind on the boards, lettering and publisher's device in gilt on the spine, twin gilt rules on both the top and bottom of the spine. This is the first edition in English of Hegel's Encyclopaedia of the Philosophical Sciences, originally published in German in 1817. Contemporary bookplate of Rev. English Crooks on front pastedown. Honderich 339. SEP, "George Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel". Weiss 307 (from O'Malley et. al, The Legacy of Hegel). This work consists of a condensed version of Hegel's earlier Science of Logic followed by an examination of the implications for the philosophy of nature and the philosophy of spirit. An attractive example of the eighth work of Hegel to appear in English. Very Good. Item #00009006

Very Good with minor wear to the extremities including mild darkening to the spine, and a small, neat split to each hinge (holding strong).

Price: $300.00

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