Georg Lasson (July 13, 1862, Berlin – December 2, 1932, Berlin) was a German Protestant theologian, and a son of Adolf Lasson. He was a co-editor of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel's Sämtliche Werke in the Meiner edition (see Hegel bibliography). Although the result is not always praised today, his edition is useful to researches as he had access to manuscripts that have since been lost.

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  • Georg Lasson (* 13. Juli 1862 in Berlin; † 2. Dezember 1932 in Berlin) war ein deutscher evangelischer Theologe und Philosoph. (de)
  • Georg Lasson (July 13, 1862, Berlin – December 2, 1932, Berlin) was a German Protestant theologian, and a son of Adolf Lasson. He was a co-editor of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel's Sämtliche Werke in the Meiner edition (see Hegel bibliography). Although the result is not always praised today, his edition is useful to researches as he had access to manuscripts that have since been lost. (en)
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  • Georg Lasson (* 13. Juli 1862 in Berlin; † 2. Dezember 1932 in Berlin) war ein deutscher evangelischer Theologe und Philosoph. (de)
  • Georg Lasson (July 13, 1862, Berlin – December 2, 1932, Berlin) was a German Protestant theologian, and a son of Adolf Lasson. He was a co-editor of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel's Sämtliche Werke in the Meiner edition (see Hegel bibliography). Although the result is not always praised today, his edition is useful to researches as he had access to manuscripts that have since been lost. (en)
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