Hegel's Philosophy of Mind
B 2915 1894 .H4x
Date of Publication
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William Wallace [1844-1897] was a Scottish philosopher and academic who became fellow of Merton College and White's Professor of Moral Philosophy at Oxford University. He is known for his studies of German philosophers, most notably Hegel. Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel [1770-1831] was a German philosopher and an important figure of German idealism.
A translation of Hegel's Philosophy of Mind with five introductory essays by the translator, William Wallace. The text was translated from The Encylopaedia of the Philosophical Sciences. Please see the attached scans of the Contents and Index.
Winthrop received the book in 1896.
Philosophy, Ethics, Conscience, Metaphysics
Philosophy | Philosophy of Mind
B 2915 1894 .H4x and Wallace, William M.A., LL.D., "Hegel's Philosophy of Mind" (1894). Rare Books. 69.