Editorial Foreword

The Owl of Minerva 1 (2):1-1 (1969)
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Response to the first number of The Owl has been encouraging. The editor wishes to thank the many individuals who have written asking to be placed or maintained on the mailing list, and also those who have responded to the request for correspondence pertaining to Hegel scholarship. It is hoped that this interest will further manifest itself in continued applications for membership in the Hegel Society of America, in order that the Society, through The Owl and its other functions, may better serve students and scholars of Hegel in America. * * * We are indebted to Professor Robert Perkins of the University of South Alabama, and to Professor Don Verene of Northern Illinois University for their assistance in publishing the first two numbers of The Owl. Although henceforward this operation will be handled entirely by the Department of Philosophy of The Florida State University, HSA membership applications should continue to be directed to the Treasurer, c/o the Department of Philosophy, Northern Illinois University, Dekalb, Illinois 60115. * * * More than 2700 copies of The Owl are mailed quarterly to individuals and departments of philosophy in the United States, Canada and Europe. THE EDITOR ASKS DEPARTMENTAL CHAIRMEN EITHER TO POST THE THE OWL OR CALL IT TO THE ATTENTION OF APPROPRIATE FACULTY AND STUDENTS IN THE DEPARTMENT. As noted in out initial issue, the mailing list will gradually be restricted to those who either belong to the Society, or have indicated by a note to the editor their interest in continued receipt of the newsletter. This procedure is necessary due to the increased cost of future issues which we expect to have professionally printed and enlarged in scope.

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