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The Owl of Minerva

The Owl of Minerva is the owl that accompanies the Roman Goddess of Wisdom Minerva in Roman mythology. It was used by the nineteenth-century German idealist philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel to mean philosopher.

The Owl of Minerva is also the official journal of the Hegel Society of America. The Journal publishes articles, discussions, notes, reviews, and translations which pertain to Hegel, as well as those which bear upon his contemporaries, his successors, his influence today, or developments in Hegel scholarship, and those which direct a Hegelian perspective toward the resolution of philosophical issues or enter into debate with this approach. Philosophers and representatives of other disciplines, such as history, economics, sociology, law, German literature, etc., are also welcome to contribute papers which relate the particular concerns of those disciplines to Hegelian thought.

Website: http://www.hegel.org/om/