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Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. The life, work, and influence of Hegel's philosophy by Paul Redding. Emphasis is placed on Phenomenology of Spirit, Science of Logic, and Philosophy of Right.
Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich. The 1911 Encyclopedia. Entry on Hegel from the 1911 Encyclopśdia Britannica.
Hegel by HyperText. Marxists Internet Archive. The largest source on the Internet for Hegel's works in English—including selections from The Philosophy of Fine Art and Lectures on ∆sthetics.
Lecture 4: Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel. Centre for Philosophy & Phenomenological Studies. Detailed lecture notes including life, works, and philosophy of Hegel in semi-outline form, with a short section on Hegel's religion of art by Eiichi Shimomissť.