These papers explore Hegel’s work, especially his Phenomenology of Spirit, and also issues (such as the relation between theory and practice and the nature of truth) to which Hegel’s writings give rise.

pdficon_small‘Hegel: An Encyclopaedia Article’ [published in Edinburgh Review No.76 (February 1987)] (Note: At the time of publication, each issue of the Edinburgh Review included an ‘Encyclopaedia Supplement’. The present short article appeared in this section.)

pdficon_small‘”Recognition” in Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit’ [published in Common Sense (Common Sense Journal) No.4 (March 1988)]

pdficon_small‘In Defence of a Consensus Theory of Truth’ [published in Common Sense No.7 (May 1989)]

pdficon_small‘The Transition from “Desire” to “Recognition” in Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit’ (2007)

pdficon_small‘Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit: Theory and Practice’ [full version of paper presented at Istanbul Hegel Congress, October 2007]

pdficon_small‘Hegel on Theory and Practice’ [shortened version of paper presented at the Istanbul Hegel Congress, October 2007; published online by Felsefe Gazetesi (www.felsefegazetesi.com) on 19 August 2013]

pdficon_small‘History’s Beginning and History’s Ending in Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit‘ [published in Turkish translation inBaykus No.2 (May 2008)]

pdficon_small‘Holloway, La Boetie, Hegel’ [jointly written by Richard Gunn and Adrian Wilding, and published in Journal of Classical Sociology (online.sagepub.com) Vol. 12, No. 2 (May 2012); made available online by Heathwood Institute and Press (www.heathwoodpress.com) on 17 September 2013]

pdficon_small‘Zizek’s Hegel: A Review’ [jointly written by Richard Gunn and Adrian Wilding, and posted on Word Power Books website (www.word-power.co.uk) on 3 July 2012; published online by Heathwood Institute and Press (www.heathwoodpress.com) on 21 August 2013 and by Felsefe Gazetesi (www.felsefegazetesi.com) on 5 September 2013]

pdficon_small‘Notes on Master and Slave in Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit‘ (2012)

pdficon_small‘Revolutionary or Less-than-Revolutionary Recognition?’ [jointly written by Richard Gunn and Adrian Wilding, and published online by Heathwood Institute and Press (www.heathwoodpress.com) on 24 July 2013]

pdficon_small‘Occupy as Mutual Recognition’ [jointly written by Richard Gunn and Adrian Wilding, and published online by Heathwood Institute and Press (www.heathwoodpress.com) on 12 November 2013]

pdficon_small‘Recognition Contradicted’ [jointly written by Richard Gunn and Adrian Wilding, and published in South Atlantic Quarterly (saq.dukejournals.org) Vol. 113, No. 2 (Spring 2014)]