94 pp. Good, with DJ (Very Good). Dark blue boards, gold titles to spine. Covers clean, with only minimal bumping to base of spine, and minor fraying to corners. Block clean, although bottom edge has minor spots. DJ unclipped ("£6.50 net in UK"). Contents crisp, clean and tightly bound. Ex library copy, with plastic cover to dust jacket. Spine sunned otherwise unmarked. No annotations to text, but publication date written on free endpaper.
Translated by T.M Knox. Interpretive essay by Charles Karelis and Hegel's classic summaries of his 1820s lectures. Accessible introduction to Hegel's aesthetic theory.
Hegel's lectures on aesthetics, delivered in Berlin in the 1820s, are a classic contribution to the subject. However they are to long for the ordinary reader or undergraduate student. Fortunately Hegel prefaced his lectures with a summary of their main doctrines, and this introduction has become a small classic in its own right, often published separately from the lectures. This edition contains an interpretative essay by Charles Karelis.