I just read the current wikipedia article on Hegel.
I think it has recently swung, or been massively rewritten, to follow the faction in Hegel scholarship that sees Hegel as a major spiritual successor to Kant—following Pinkard, Pippin, and Karen Ng
This particular view of Hegel is not uncontroversial. I do not think that the article properly reflects what I think is the true nature of Hegel’s philosophy; which I believe stems from Aristotle and Spinoza, and not, really, in any fundamental way, the philosophy of Kant.
Just a little heads up for those interested in reading Hegel.
Some great scholarship that /i/ agree with are the following secondary source materials:
(fred beiser) https://ndpr.nd.edu/news/hegel/
(franz knappik) https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/ejop.12129