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This review is from: Hegel: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) (Paperback)
Nice little introduction. I guess everybody knows what to expect from these Very Short Introductions: short, to the point, not very elaborate but truthful anyway. I especially liked the attention that was paid to Hegel's epistemology and ethics - most brief accounts seem to be swamped by dull treatments of his dialectic logic.
My purpose in reading this book was to get to know why such an obscure writer could have such an influence as he had. Not only on his direct followers but, for example, on someone like Dewey as well (something that isn't treated, though). And now I do understand.