William Blackwood and Sons, 1901


Hegel is a biographical introduction to Hegel’s life and thought by the Scottish philosopher Edward Caird.

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Key Features

  • Explores the life of Hegel
  • Offers insights from a respected Scottish philosopher
  • Presents a thorough introduction to Hegel’s most significant ideas


  • Lehrjahre: The School and the University
  • Wanderjahre: Hegel as a Private Tutor at Berne and Frankfort: His Philosophy in Its Development
  • Hegel and Schelling: Jena, 1800–1807
  • Hegel after the Battle of Jena: The School at Nurnberg
  • Hegel as a Professor at Heidelberg and Berlin: His Character and Influence
  • The Problem of Philosophy: Statement of It byKant, Fichte, Schellnig, and Hegel
  • The Principle of Contradiction and the Idea of Spirit
  • The Hegelian Logic
  • The Application or Development of the Logical Idea: Relation of the Hegelian Principle to Christianity:The Hegelian Philosophy after Hegel

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About Edward Caird

Edward Caird (1835–1908) was born in Renfrewshire, Scotland, to the engineer John Caird. He attended the University of Glasgow and the University of Oxford. He became a fellow of Merton College and, in 1866, was appointed to the chair of moral philosophy at Glasgow. In 1893, he became master of Balliol College, Oxford.


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