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Hegel Hub

Welcome to the Hegel Hub

Hegel Hub is devoted to exploring the German philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770–1831), a systematic philosopher par excellence whose work continues to be of profound relevance today.

The Hub is a growing resource bringing together content from across Cambridge books and journals (in particular the Hegel Bulletin). This includes podcasts and video interviews as well as a growing series of blog posts.

We invite you to browse and enjoy Hegel Hub.  

Listen to Talking Hegel

A collection of Talking Hegel podcasts and issues selected by the Hegel Bulletin editor, Christoph Schuringa. Click the 'links' below to listen and read all the contents included.

Click the links below or explore here to jump straight to the topic that interests you most.

Hegel's Idealism with Robert Stern | Gender in Hegel with Alison Stone | Freedom in Hegel with Karen Ng | Hegel's Logic with Stephen Houlgate | Hegel's Aesthetics with Julia Peters | Hegel and Marx with Christoph Schuringa

Virtual special issues

Hegel Bulletin

Read our Hegel Blog

  • Hegel in Kyoto
  • 15 October 2020, Gregory S. Moss
  • Why is there something rather than nothing? The fact of existence cannot be explained by an appeal to any beings, since this would assume what it wants to prove.…...
  • Mutual recognition or tragedy?
  • 20 August 2020, Stephen Houlgate
  • Hegel’s philosophy is notoriously difficult, but when I first studied his Phenomenology and Philosophy of Right in the mid 1970s I was struck by a simple idea...
  • Hegel is Fun
  • 19 August 2020, Daniel Lindquist
  • Hegel has a reputation as a difficult philosopher, and often people treat the complexities of his texts as being due to his intensely systematic aims.…...

An interview with Terry Pinkard

Watch author Terry Pinkard discussing Hegel, including key elements of his work, his relevance today, and how our understanding of Hegel has changed. 

Terry also talks about his own distinctive readings of Hegel's philosophy and which interpretations of Hegel's work he identifies with.