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Reason and Revolution : Hegel and the Rise of Social Theory (original 1941; edition 1999)

by Herbert Marcuse

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Title:Reason and Revolution : Hegel and the Rise of Social Theory
Authors:Herbert Marcuse
Info:Humanity Books (1999), Edition: Anv, Paperback, 440 pages
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Reason and Revolution: Hegel and the Rise of Social Theory by Herbert Marcuse (1941)

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This book was written in the hope that it would make a small contribution to the revival, not of Hegel, but of a mental faculty which is in danger of being obliterated: the power of negative thinking.
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Marcuse's classic work first published in this country in 1941. Its first part is a survey of the structure of Hegel's system, elucidating those implications of Hegel's ideas that identify them closely with later developments in European thought, particularly after Marx. The second section surveys the post-Hegelian rise of social theory.

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