[OPE-L] Hegel-by-HyperText

From: glevy@PRATT.EDU
Date: Mon Oct 23 2006 - 10:32:41 EDT

Sent originally by Andy Blunden to the hegel-marx group.
In solidarity, Jerry


10th Anniversary of <http://marx.org/reference/archive/hegel/>Hegel-

The 23rd October 2006 marks the 10th anniversary of the launching of
Hegel-by-HyperText, the authoritative English-language archive of the
works of Hegel, Marx's main inspiration and precursor in philosophy.

Hegel-by-HyperText began as
<http://home.mira.net/~andy/>Andy_Blunden's_home_page, and was moved
to the Marxists Internet Archive on 11th January, 2000. It was one of the
first attempts to archive an philosopher's entire body of work on the
internet. The first work uploaded was
c, and included numerous hyperlinks to aid the novice user in understanding
Hegel. Andy Blunden copy typed the entire book, but a scanner was then
acquired and later works were trancribed using OCR.

The entire text of Hegel's most famous work, the
thanks to Jean McIntire of the Department of Philosophy at the University
of Idaho. The entire text of
was scanned, including links to Lenin's annotations and underlining.
Likewise the full text of Hegel's
was added, these two being the most important works for most Marxists.

Among Hegel's early works which are included in whole or in part are
Hegel's introduction to the
ie, and the essay
There is also a small selection of

All sections of the Encyclopedia of the Philosophical Sciences are
on_Aesthetics, sections of
_Religion and
The full texts of
_History (thanks for Carl Mickelsen) and
Philosophy (part of which was transcribed by Carl Mickelsen of the
University of Idaho)complete the collection.

315,000 visitors have used the site over the 10 year period, and the
site has materially contributed to the promition of Hegel scholarship and a
renewed interest in the Hegelian roots of Marxist thinking. The site also
writers - both Marxists and non-Marxists - criticising, explaining,
interpreting and appropriating Hegel's works, over a period of 160 years, and
<http://marx.org/reference/archive/hegel/li_help.htm>a_variety of
glossaries, beginners' introductions and other resources for students of

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