Hegel’s Introduction to Aesthetics, Being the Introduction to the Berlin Aesthetics Lectures of the 1820’s

The Owl of Minerva 12 (4):10-10 (1981)
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In this slim book Professor Karelis combines the first ninety pages of Sir Malcolm Knox’s twelve-hundred-page translation - Hegel’s introduction to the subject in the composite text used by Knox - with some introductory remarks of his own, presumably a selection from his 1972 D. Phil. thesis at Oxford. Karelis’ announced purpose is to make Hegel’s aesthetics more accessible to those, particularly students, who lack the time or the courage to take on the whole of the Knox translation. In this, in my opinion, Karelis suceeds handsomely.



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