Critical theory

Contributor(s): Rasmussen, David; Swindal, JamesMaterial type: TextTextSeries: Sage Formation in Social ThoughtPublication details: London Sage publications 2004Description: 4vISBN: 0761942491Subject(s): Critical theory | Psychoanalysis | Feminism | EthicsDDC classification: 149 Summary: The critical theory of the Frankfurt School continues to be an important influence on many disciplines, ranging from philosophy and social theory to cultural studies and art history. David Rasmussen has collected key classical texts that provide introductions, overviews, and critical interrogations of dominant theorists and positions of the Frankfurt School. This is a valuable resource that students of contemporary theory should find of use and import.
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Vol. I: Historical perspectives

The critical theory of the Frankfurt School continues to be an important influence on many disciplines, ranging from philosophy and social theory to cultural studies and art history. David Rasmussen has collected key classical texts that provide introductions, overviews, and critical interrogations of dominant theorists and positions of the Frankfurt School.
This is a valuable resource that students of contemporary theory should find of use and import.

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