B 2947.C3 1896x
Date of Publication
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Edward Caird [1835-1908], a Scottish philosopher of the latter half of the nineteeth century, was the fifth son of John Caird. He studied at the University of Glasgow, St. Andrews University, and Balliol College Oxford from which he graduated in 1863 obtaining first class honours in classical moderations and literae humaniores. Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel [1770-1831] was a German philosopher and an important figure of German idealism.
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Edward Caird's Hegel is a sympathetic exposition of the German philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel's beliefs. Caird's purpose is to "show that there is a center of unity to which the mind must come back out of all differences, however varied and alien in appearance." Please see the attached Contents.
Winthrop purchased Hegel in 1895
J.B. Lippincott Company
Philosophy, Ethics, Conscience, Metaphysics
Caird, Edward LL.D., "Hegel" (1896). Rare Books. 66.