Hegel Society of Great Britain (HSGB)The HSGB is a forum for those interested in the work of the German philosopher G.W.F.Hegel (1770-1831), his predecessors and contemporaries, his followers and his critics.
The HSGB was founded in 1979, and now has over 300 members. It publishes a journal, the Hegel Bulletin (formerly The Bulletin of the Hegel Society of Great Britain), which appears twice yearly (May and October), and since 2013 has been published by Cambridge University Press. The HSGB also holds an annual conference. It actively co-operates with other Hegel societies, particularly those in Germany and the USA. We encourage you to join us & subscribe to the Bulletin.
- The 2019 conference will be on ‘Hegel and Freedom’, St Edmund Hall, Oxford, 2-3 September 2019: further details to follow. The conference will be held in conjunction with the Society for German Idealism and Romanticism.
- The discount on Bloomsbury Philosophy books available to The Hegel Society of Great Britain has been renewed until December 2017. Society members are able to claim a 25% discount when they enter the code BPHEGEL25 at the checkout on the Bloomsbury website. Bloomsbury Philosophy has an expanding list of original texts, translations, reference works, textbooks and monographs. With titles covering the whole history of philosophy and all its major sub-disciplines, Bloomsbury philosophy books are authoritative resources for instructors, students and researchers.
- New Hegel Bulletin editors announced: Christoph Schuringa and Alison Stone
- The Bulletin has a call for a special issue on Hegel and Aristotle on the metaphysics of mind
- The Hegel Bulletin is now published by Cambridge University Press
- The HSGB now has a facebook page and a twitter account
- For information on previous conferences, see here