• Lecture Notes for a course on Hegel’s "Lectures on the Philosophy of Religion" 

      Harris, H. S. (Sep-95)
      These course notes are for a study of all surviving texts concerned with Hegel’s lectures on the philosophy of religion. Particular attention is given to the Lectures of 1827, but the evolution of Hegel’s thought from 1821 ...
    • Glendon College Papers 

      Harris, H. S. (Pro Tem [1 and 3]; Canadian Institute for Public Affairs [2], 1967)
      Author makes a minor contribution to the history and mission of Glendon College through the prism of his own association and the aims of education.
    • Memo to York Gazette of 15 February 1972 

      Harris, H. S. (York Gazette, 1972)
      Author’s short outline of his book that provides an intellectual biography of Hegel from the Gymnasium years until his first academic post in Jena.
    • Corrections and Revisions made to the A. V. Miller translation of Hegel’s "Phenomenology of Spirit". 

      Harris, H. S. (1978)
      Corrections and revisions listed with paragraph references prepared by H. S. Harris in 1978 following the translation of Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit by Arnold Miller by Oxford University Press, 1977.
    • The Philosophy of Hegel 

      Harris, H. S. (Garland Publishing, New York, NY, 1984)
      General introduction and short reviews for 17 publications on the philosophy of Hegel.
    • Application for Killam Fellowship 

      Harris, H. S. (1990-06-19)
      To demonstrate the form and progress of the argument made by Hegel in his Phenomenology of Spirit of 1807.
    • Lecture Notes for Course on Hegel’s Encyclopedia Logic 

      Harris, H. S. (1993)
      An analysis and discussion of almost every paragraph and the remarks and additions of the third edition (1830) of Hegel’s Encyclopedia Logic showing that Hegel’s logic is the developing structure of the rational self in ...