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  - diana mendez - Goodreads

i disagree with alot of this book. agree with some. i like the rather accessible , if sometimes overly-optimistic, intro to hegel. Read full review

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

User Review  - Andrew - Goodreads

One of the classic statements of Hegelian Marxism and critical theory. Marcuse argues that Hegel's conciliatory conservatism was inconsistent with his method, and places Marx as the rightful heir of ... Read full review

Contents

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