Verso asks Slavoj Žižek what are his favourite books on Hegel (in preparation for their overnight reading of Less Than Nothing)...
So, if you've been helped (or hindered) by any particular book on Hegel, leave a comment!
Hegel is hard. The book that I found most useful for getting my head round it is Frederic Beiser, Hegel (Routledge, 2005) - really useful if you're dealing with Hegel's texts themselves, but equally helpful when reading Marx.
Hi, could someone please help? How do we tackle Hegel? Can anyone suggest a reading list that helps to read Hegel's work from accessible to more difficult?
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