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György Lukács - Wikipedia


György Lukács was a Hungarian Marxist philosopher, aesthetician, literary historian, and critic. ... Georg Lukács was born Löwinger György Bernát, in Budapest, Hungary,...

The Georg Lukacs Internet Archive - Marxists Internet Archive


Archive of Georg Lukacs' writings including "What is Orthodox Marxism?," (March 1919) "Class Consciousness," (March 1920) "Reification and the ...

The Georg Lukacs Internet Archive


Georg Lukács 1919-1923. History & Class Consciousness. Written: 1919-1923; Source: History & Class Consciousness; Translator: Rodney Livingstone;

Georg [György] Lukács (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)


Nov 4, 2013 ... Georg (György) Lukács (1885–1971) was a literary theorist and philosopher who is widely viewed as one of the founders of “Western Marxism”.

Gyorgy Lukacs | Hungarian philosopher | Britannica.com


Lukács, who was born into a wealthy Jewish family, became a Marxist and in 1918 ... Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, oil painting by Jakob von Schlesinger, c.

History and Class Consciousness | The MIT Press


This is the first time one of the most important of Lukács' early theoretical writings, ... Georg Lukács was a Hungarian Marxist philosopher, aesthetician, literary ...

Georg Lukacs - New World Encyclopedia


Aug 21, 2014 ... Georg Lukács (April 13, 1885 – June 4, 1971) was a Hungarian Marxist ... Lukács's full name, in German, was Georg Bernhard Lukács von ...

Georg Lukács, the 'Dialectics of Nature' and the 'free creation of history'


Feb 26, 2008 ... Georg Lukács was a Hungarian, born (in 1885) and brought up in Budapest, though his first language was German. He then moved to ...

Save the Georg Lukács Archive! | Monthly Review Press


From the time the current rightist government in Hungary came into power, the archive of Georg Lukács–a preeminent Marxist of the 20th century–has been ...

Other Voices 1.1 (March 1997), Georg Lukács: The Antinomies of ...


An academic essay by Levee Blanc considering the life and philosophy of Marxist intellectual Georg Lukács (d. 1971).