Lukàcs: A Reassessment

West, Cornel

The antihistoricist climate of postmodern thought makes a reassessment of Lukács
refreshing. Despite his incurable nostalgia for the highbrow achievements of classical bourgeois culture, Lukács remains the most provocative and profound Marxist thinker of this century. His major texts display the richness of the dialectical tradition, a tradition which emerged in figural biblical interpretation, was definitively articulated by Hegel and deepened by Kierkegaard and Marx.



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March 1, 2013