Friedrich Hegel

Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
Birth 1770
Death 1831

One of the ‘fathers’ of classic German philosophy. He did a bit of everything: the philosophy of nature, dialectics, the phenomenology of the spirit, the idea of civil society, aesthetics… He influenced several subsequent philosophers, including Feuerbach, Marx, Heidegger and Markus. His writing is so complex and convoluted that many philosophers accuse him of intellectual fraud and Arthur Schopenhauer denounced Hegel as a charlatan and his philosophy as meaningless.

A newsletter that is not afraid to answer the most important questions of our time
Discover the exclusive new texts and insights from Vitaly Malkin *

* By filling in your email address, you agree to receive our latest news on Vitaly Malkin by email and you are aware of our privacy policy.