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Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770–1831)

Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich (hā’gel). An eminent German philosopher; born at Stuttgart, Aug. 27, 1770; died at Berlin, Nov. 14, 1831. Among his writings are: ‘On the Difference between the Fichtean and Schellingian Systems’ (1801); ‘The Orbits of the Planets’ (1801); ‘Phenomenology of the Human Mind’ (1807); the first part of his ‘System of Science’; ‘Science of Logic’ (3 vols., 1812–16); ‘Encyclopædia of the Philosophical Sciences’ (1817); ‘Principles of the Philosophy of Law, or the Law of Nature and Political Science’ (1821). His ‘Complete Works’ appeared in 18 volumes. (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).