Back in early 2020, the first covid lockdown in Greece found me reading the fragments of the presocratic Greek philosophers in combination with essays on the philosophy of art and aesthetics. Very quickly my readings on Heraclitus overshadowed everything else. After reading multiple interpretations of his fragments, I began looking for his reception among modern thinkers. It was during this period that I wrote this article on Hegel’s reading of Heraclitus that is now featured in the current issue of Philosophy Now. The article is basically a presentation of the notes I kept while reading and I am really happy that I am able to share them through a magazine that I have always enjoyed reading myself!