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Paperback in very good condition. Few minor dents and marks on page block; previous owner's name penned on inside front cover. Text is clear throughout. TS. Buchnummer des Verkäufers
Inhaltsangabe: The Frankfurt School of philosophers, aestheticians, sociologists, and political scientists (including Theodore W. Adorno, Walter Benjamin, Max Horkheimer, Erich Fromm, and Herbert Marcuse) represents one of the most interesting and unique intellectual events of the twentieth century. Editors Arato and Gebhardt offer major introductions to the three sections that comprise the Reader, in which they seek to place to historical development of the School's thought and to deonstrate its complexity, while investigating its influence on various disciplines. Paul Piccone has written the General Introduction.
Rezension: "Arato and Gebhardt have done a magnificent job of collecting the works that matter and of providing introductory material that explains their significance and places them in a historical context. Likely the most complete introduction to these thinkers and their influence on modern critical theory." -"Frontwheeldrive.com, "July 6, 2006
Titel: The Essential Frankfurt School Reader
Zustand: Very Good
Buchbeschreibung Edited by Andrew Arato & Eike Gebhardt. Introduction by Paul Piccone. New York : Urizen Books, 1978, 1978. , second printing, xxiii, 559pp., PAPERBACK, good used copy with opening marks on spine and very minor stain on lower front corner of first few pages only, paper clip mark along bottom spine of several pages Includes introductions to each section; reprints essays by Theodor W. Adorno, Walter Benjamin, Erich Fromm, Max Horkheimer, Otto Kirchheimer, Leo Lowenthal, Herbert Marcuse, Friedrich Pollock. Rear cover text: "Editors Arato and Gebhardt have written major introductions to the three sections that comprise the Reader, in which they seek to place the historical development of the School’s thought and demonstrate its complexity and contradictoriness, while investigating the influence of the School on the various disciplines to which it has contributed.". ISBN 0916354318. Artikel-Nr. 37678