“Schlitt’s careful scholarship makes this book a reliable tool for anyone who wants to work seriously with the new edition of the Lectures on the Philosophy of Religion.”
(John W. Burbidge Hegel-Studien
“If Hegel’s philosophical reinterpretation of Christian belief really is as central to Hegel’s whole project as Schlitt’s account suggests, then Professor Schlitt’s stimulating reflections on how to read the texts of Hegel’s Lectures on the Philosophy of Religion will raise in his readers’ minds a host of questions about some of the most central issues in the reception of Hegel’s thought.”
(John Walker Bulletin of the Hegel Society of Great Britain
“A very good initiation to the Lectures on the Philosophy of Religion. . . . Those who are already familiar with Hegel’s thought will also profit from the work’s excellent documentation and the many more specialized analyses, especially as found in the last and longest of the work’s three parts.”
(Emilio Brito Revue th�ologique de Louvain
About the Author
Dale M. Schlitt, O. M. I. is rector of St. Paul University, Ottawa. He is the author of Hegel’s Trinitarian Claim and Theology and the Experience of God.