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BIBLIOGRAPHY

On Hegel's political writings the basic works in English
are T. M. Knox's translation, Hegel's Philosophy of Right
(Oxford, 1942), and T. M. Knox (translator) and Z. A.
Pelczynski, Hegel's Political Writings (Oxford, 1964). Knox's
notes to the first and Pelczynski's introduction to the second
provide detailed commentaries. There is an excellent dis-
cussion in E. Weil, Hegel et l'état (Paris, 1950), in which
important earlier works are mentioned. See also: John
Plamenatz, Man and Society, Vol. 2 (London and New York,
1963), Chs. 3, 4. On Hegel's philosophy of religion, J. McT.
E. McTaggart's Studies in Hegelian Cosmology (Cambridge,
1901) covers the main topics, but for more recent discus-
sions, see G. R. G. Mure, “Hegel, Luther and the Owl of
Minerva,” Philosophy, 41, 156 (April, 1966), and F. C.
Copleston, “Hegel and the Rationalisation of Mysticism,”
Talk of God, ed., G. N. A. Vesey, Royal Institute of Philoso-
phy Lectures, 2 (London, 1969). For G. von Hugo, see his
Lehrbuch der Geschichte des römischen Rechts, 5th ed.
(1815).

Extracts from writers of the Hegelian School are con-
tained in the following: K. Löwith, ed., DieHegelsche Linke
(Stuttgart and Bad Cannstatt, 1962), with extracts from
Ruge, Hess, Feuerbach, Marx, and others. H. Lübbe, ed.,
DieHegelsche Rechte (Stuttgart and Bad Cannstatt, 1962),
contains extracts from Rosenkranz, Gans, Michelet, and
others. Sidney Hook's From Hegel to Marx, new ed. (New
York, 1962), deals with the movement away from Hegel of
the Hegelian Left, and K. Löwith's From Hegel to Nietzsche
(London, 1964; first German edition, Zürich, 1941), covers
a wider field that is not exclusively Hegelian. J. Gebhardt,
Politik und Eschatologie: Studien zur Geschichte der Hegel-
schen Schule in den Jahren 1830-1840
(Munich, 1963) should
not be missed. See also: David McLellan, The Young Hege-
lians and Karl Marx
(London, 1969). The references to
Hegel's Lectures on the Philosophy of Religion, found in sec-
tion 3 of this article, can also be found, successively, in
Hegel's Werke, ed. P. Marheineke, 2nd ed. (1840), XI, 137ff.;
XII, 286ff. and 308ff.; XII, 354-56; XI, 212. These passages
are translated by the author of the article.

H. B. ACTON

[See also Authority; Christianity in History; Church as an
Institution; Constitutionalism; God; Liberalism; Marxism;
Property; State.]