The flight into inwardness: an exposition and critique of Herbert Marcuse's theory of liberative aesthetics
In his more recent works, Herbert Marcuse has come to appreciate the liberatory potential of the aesthetic practice. This book traces the development of that appreciation. A discussion of Kant's aesthetic theory, and Marcuse's "improvement" of it, is included.
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