German 20th Century Philosophy: The Frankfurt School (German Library)
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This work contains writings by members of the Frankfurt School, including: On the Concept of Philosophy by Max Horkheimer; Reflections from Damaged Life and selections from Aesthetic Theory by Theodor W. Adorno; Theses on the Philosophy of History by Walter Benjamin; On Hedonism, Solidarity, and The Catastrophe of Liberation by Herbert Marcuse; and Adorno: The Primal Histo...more
Published February 1st 1999 by Continuum
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