Reason and Revolution: Hegel and the Rise of Social Theory

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Beacon Press, 1960 - 431 páginas
**** This is the latest reprinting of Marcuse's famous effort to recover Hegel from the authoritarian right and for the progressive left. Marcuse's interest is less in the abstract nature of Hegelian philosophy than in Hegel's bearing upon European thought from the time of the French Revolution to the present. Of particular importance is the transition from speculative philosophy to social theory, and hence Hegel's value to Marx and the modern left. A classic in the field. The Beacon reprint (of the Oxford, 1941 edition), of which this is a reprint, is cited in BCL3. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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HEGELS EARLY THEOLOGICAL WRITINGS
30
TOWARDS THE SYSTEM OF PHILOSOPHY
43
HEGELS FIRST SYSTEM
62
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