Herbert Marcuse on the Frankfurt School (1-5)

source: Heathwood Press  2015年5月20日
The Frankfurt School was dedicated to addressing a series of issues not only concerning the foundations of modern and historic society, but also the philosophy of social science. Investigating some of the most foundational issues about the nature of the social world, Frankfurt School critical theory was an important period in the history of Western thought and continues to be entirely relevant today when trying to understand the overarching social forces that affect us all in our global world.

Here is an insightful five-part interview with Herbert Marcuse, discussing everything that has to do with Frankfurt School critical theory. For anyone who is just learning about or being introduced to the Frankfurt School, this interview with Marcuse will offer some key insights into the innovative thinking about social agency and structure that was central to the movement.

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