There may be others, but I know of Reason in History, trans. RS Hartman, New
York, 1953. Why the interest in Hegel? I've just finished doing some work on
the Hegel/Foucault relationship, specifically around the concept of police.
It seems to me that Foucault is too often characterised as anti-Hegelian:
it's more complex than that I think.
From: Ian Robert Douglas <Ian_Robert_Douglas@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Friday, January 29, 1999 02:27
Subject: anyone know of a translation?
>Hegel, Georg (1920) _Die Vernunft in der Geschichte_ (Leipzig). There was
>a 1994 edition also.
>many thanks for any help,
>Ian R. Douglas | Watson Institute of International Studies
>Brown University, Box 1831, Providence, RI 02912 USA
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>"Do not think that one has to be sad in order to
> be militant, even though what one is fighting is
> abominable." - Michel Foucault