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I removed the redirect on this page and added what you see because there was a link on the Hegel page to this page, creating a self-redirect. Rather than removing the link altogether (which seemed like a bad idea because it might discourage people from actually writing about the Lectures), I decided to create a stub. I know the article is ugly now, so if anyone has other ideas, please don't hesitate. Or, better yet, write a real article! --Anakolouthon 18:16, 10 Feb 2005 (UTC)
it's the "philosophy of history" not "history of philosophy" - this is probably why no one has written anything. please change title of article.
I started. The lectures are commonly used as intro to Hegel's philosophy, so something needed to be written, though it's not a lot by any means. Also, the state of the text needed to be addressed, so people can actually know what they are holding when they have a copy of the lectures. They aren't all uniform, and there is still no full English trans. of the complete German lectures. Have fun with the article, I've done all I want to do for a while. Morgaledh (talk) 07:19, 22 November 2007 (UTC)