Georg Lasson

Lasson, Georg

 

Born July 13, 1862, in Berlin; died there Dec. 2, 1932. German theologian; neo-Hegelian philosopher.

A Protestant pastor in Berlin, Lasson was editor of the collected works of G. Hegel and of the Hegelian archives (from 1907). Lasson interpreted the philosophy of Hegel as being consistent with the doctrines of Protestantism.

WORKS

Beiträge zur Hegelforschung, fascicles 1–2. Berlin, 1909.
Grundfragen der Glaubenslehre. Leipzig, 1913.
Was heisst Hegelianismus? Berlin, 1916.
Hegel als Geschichtsphilosoph, 2nd ed. Leipzig, 1922.
Einführung in Hegels Religionsphilosophie. Leipzig, 1930.

REFERENCES

“Georg Lasson zum 70. Geburtstag am 13 Juli 1932.” Kant-Studien, 1932, vol. 37, nos. 3–4.
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Two of the fragments on the constitution have also been unpublished as yet, while the rest of them were first published eighty and sixty-five years ago by Georg Lasson and Johannes Hoffmeister.
Two of the fragments on the constitution were also previously unpublished, while the rest of them were first published eighty and sixty-five years ago by Georg Lasson and Johannes Hoffmeister.