[Marxism] Forwarded from Myles Sullivan (Hegel)
jack.cade at btinternet.com
Tue Jan 17 09:04:47 MST 2006
A good start might be
The Young Hegel-Studies in the relations between dialectics and
By Georg Lukacs
Merlin Press, London 1975
This deals with Hegel's early works, up to and including 'The
Phenomenology of the Mind'
Part 1: Hegel's Republican Early Phase (Berne 1793-96)
Part 2: The Crisis in Hegel's views on Society and the earliest
beginnings of the dialectical method (Frankfurt 1797-1800)
Part 3: Rationale and Defence of Objective Idealism (Jena
Part 4: The Breach with Schelling and 'The Phenemonology of the
Mind' (Jena 1803-07)
> Lenin said that understanding Hegel is necessary for a proper
> of Marx.
> I am now trying to understand Hegel, and I do believe my head
> will implode
> without quick intellectual intervention and assitance.
> Do others agree that Hegel must be understood, especially his
> Logic, in
> order to develop one's understanding of Marx?
> What secondary texts, Marxist or otherwise, are out there
> that could help
> me to understand good ol' Hegel.
> Thanks for the help.
> M. Sullivan
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