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date: 24 May 2019

(p. ix) Acknowledgments

(p. ix) Acknowledgments

I would first of all like to thank the contributors to this volume for their innovative work on Hegel’s philosophy and legacy. Thank you also to Peter Ohlin and to the team at Oxford University Press for seeing the project through to print. The project would not have gotten off the ground without the efforts of Terry Pinkard, whose generous guidance along the way has been pivotal. Some of my initial work on the project was done in Germany with the support of several institutions. I began the project while I was the Dirk Ippen Fellow at the American Academy in Berlin, and completed the initial proposal phase while a Humboldt Foundation Fellow in Münster. My thinking about Hegel has benefited enormously over the years from interactions with the graduate students at Johns Hopkins, whom I would like to thank for their willingness to work through Hegel’s texts with me. Thanks go also to my colleagues in the Philosophy Department at Hopkins, who have fostered an ideal environment for research on the history of philosophy. My parents have continued to be a constant source of support, and my children, Lois and Dylan, have kept me grounded. My deepest gratitude is to Sharlyn Moon Rhee, for faith and encouragement throughout. (p. x)