C L R James on Hegel

Notes on Dialectics: PART II
The Hegelian Logic

“ ... and now before we go on, do me a little favour, friends. Just sit down and read this whole previous section over. No? OK. As Marx said in the last paragraph of the Critique of the Gotha Programme, do what you like now. I have saved my own soul...” Doctrine of Notion

Source: Notes on Dialectics, CLR James, first published 1948;
Selection: About half of Part II reproduced, concentrating on commentary on the Logic;
Publisher: Allison & Busby, 1980;
HTML Markup: Andy Blunden.

The Doctrine of Being
The Doctrine of Essence
Review and Leninist Interlude
Appearance and Actuality
The Doctrine of The Notion
Leninism and the Notion

Further reading:

Annotations on Hegel’s Logic, by Lenin 1914
On C.L.R. James’ Notes on Dialectics, by Raya Dunayevskaya 1972
Hegel’s Logic