George Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel is a philosopher of enduring influence. The author of such cornerstones of the philosophical canon as The Phenomenology of Spirit, he is a notoriously difficult philosopher, whose works engage with, and attempt to solve, a wide range of complex epistemological problems. Hegel: A Guide for the Perplexed offers invaluable context, analysis and explication for those grappling with Hegelian thought for the first time. Covering all Hegel's major writings, the book takes in the full extent of Hegel's philosophical project, ranging over his contributions to all major areas of philosophical concern. This is an accessible, authoritative text that offers a comprehensive and coherent support to anyone studying Hegel.