To The Hegel Society of America

The Owl of Minerva 7 (1):7-7 (1975)
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The International Hegel Association accepts as its members philosophers who have published on Hegel and his historical environment or on philosophical problems that have reference to Hegel’s philosophy. Every second year it announces a colloquium at which approximately fifty specialists can take part. Every sixth year an international congress takes place which is open to the general public. The last international congress on ‘Is Systematic Philosophy Possible?’ met in Stuttgart from May 28th to May 30th, 1975. The next colloquium on ‘Schelling and Hegel in Jena, the ultimate formation of Hegel’s System’ will take place in Nizza in 1977. Members of the association will receive a News-letter and will be able to order the supplementary series to the Hegel-Studien at a reduced rate. The annual membership fee is DM 25, -. Applications for membership can be mailed to the President, Professor Dieter Henrich, Philosophisches Seminar, Universität 69 Heidelberg, Marsiliusplatz 1.



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