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The Handbook of Frankfurt School Critical Theory is and will be essential for anyone who wants to approach, study in depth and orientate oneself in that which falls under the name of critical theory. The authors of this volumes, extending the basis of the foundation of critical theory to include thinkers such as Bloch, Benjamin, Lukács, Kracauer, Sohn-Rethel, and others, give us more of an image of a large bush than that of a tree whose roots are planted in the city of Frankfurt alone.
The SAGE Handbook of Frankfurt School Critical Theory is a superb collection of high-quality essays on a vast array of aspects of the theoretical programs and empirical research conducted at or in relation to the Institute of Social Research, founded in Frankfurt almost a century ago. The authors of the essays include prominent proponents, careful students, and sophisticated critics of critical theory. At a time when the uncompromising contributions to illuminating the contradictions and paradoxes of modern societies – by both the classics (including Horkheimer, Adorno, and Marcu
This handbook reminds us that authority and oppression must be fought not only through rhetoric and language dispositive, but through an integral social program, empirically and theoretically attentive to economic, psychological and sociocultural phenomena.
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