Would Hegel today be a Hegelian?

James A. Doulla1

a1 Dalhousie University

While taking its departure from James Doull's review of my The Religious Dimension in Hegel's Thought (Dialogue, December 1968, pp. 483–492), the present note is not intended to be an author's reply to a reviewer—always in bad taste, and in this case quite unwarranted when the review in question shows all the fair-mindedness and care any author could ask for. My note is much rather part of a dialogue, agreed on in advance by both participants, in which Hegel, not a book on Hegel, is the subject.