- Society, Politics and Philosophy
- History Of Western Philosophy
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The Thought of Lucien Goldmann: A Critical Study (Problems in Contemporary Philosophy S. v. 35)By: Aidan Donaldson (author)Hardback
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DescriptionThis work provides a comprehensive exposition of the entire oeuvre of 20th century philosopher and social researcher, Lucien Goldman. His range of study, including his writings on literature, political theory and philosophy, as well as his methodology are examined and assessed. The work contains an analysis of the Enlightenment movement, suggesting the German version differs fundamentally from the British/Franco model. It also examines Kant's critical philosophy and the processes of alienation and reification as detailed by Marx Lukacs and Goldman.
ContentsPart 1 Background and influences. Part 2 The philosophy of tragedy - Immanuel Kant. Part 3 The tragic world vision of Pascal and Racine. Part 4 Goldman's later political writings. Part 5 Marxism, the market and consumer capitalism. Part 6 Socialism and modern society.
- publication date: 30/06/1996
- ISBN13: 9780773487420
- Format: Hardback
- Number Of Pages: 348
- ID: 9780773487420
- ISBN10: 0773487425
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