Lawrence Stepelevich

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Lawrence S. Stepelevich (born 1930) is an American philosopher associated with a renewed interest in the works of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, particularly since the fall of the Soviet Union, with less emphasis placed on Marx's interpretations than had previously been the case. "The First Hegelians: An Introduction" is an entry-point to exploring Hegelian philosophy.[1]

From 1977 to 1996 Stepelevich was editor of The Owl of Minerva, the journal of Hegel Society of America, and is widely credited with reviving both the journal and the society. Stepelevich is currently a professor emeritus at Villanova University.

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