Reason and Revolution: Hegel and the Rise of Social Theory

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Beacon Press, 1960 - Dialectic - 431 pages
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The foundations of hegel's philosophy; The rise of social theory.

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User Review  - Gene Mayes - Goodreads

I'm no longer a Marxist, so I can't say I agree with it, but it remains the best introduction to Marxist philosophy. Read full review

Review: Reason and Revolution: Hegel and the Rise of Social Theory

User Review  - Aidan - Goodreads

Great and comprehensive exegesis of Hegel's work. Following that exegetical work, however, the rest of the book felt aimless. Marcuse doesn't make a strong enough argument that Hegelian philosophy ... Read full review

Contents

Hegels Early Theological Writings
30
Towards the System of Philosophy
43
Hegels First System
62
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