Up front, I just read the first part which is where he tries to explain Hegel in general. I found this reasonably useful. As I mentioned in the review for the appropriate Copleston volume, I thought the comparison was very interesting. On the other hand this volume is a little bit in between for me. It does some of the same work, but the Marxist touch is a bit distracting though if I was reading the book more for the overall point it would probably be more interesting.