Dr. J. Loewenberg '08, assistant in the Philosophy Department, will deliver a course of lectures on "The Early Development of Hegel's Philosophy" in Emerson F on Tuesday and Friday afternoons at 4.30 o'clock. The complete list with the dates is printed below.
April 30.--The Problem of the Genesis of Hegel's Philosophy.
May 3.--The Kantian Enlightenment Phase in Hegel's Early Unpublished Writings.
May 7.--The Mystic Pantheistic Phase in Hegel's Early Unpublished Writings.
May 10.--The Reflective-Systematic Phase in Hegel's Early Unpublished Writings.
May 14.--An Interpretation of the Early Writings of Hegel.
May 17.--The Early Writings and the Phenomenology of the Spirit.
May 21.--The Early Writings and the Logic.
May 24.--The Meaning and Value of Hegel's Developed Philosophy.
The lectures will be open to all members of the University and of Radcliffe.