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Author Miller, Tyrus

Title Georg Lukács and Critical Theory : Aesthetics, History, Utopia / Tyrus Miller
Published Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, [2022]


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Contents Frontmatter -- Contents -- Figures -- Acknowledgments -- Chapter 1 Georg Lukács and Critical Theory: The Long Goodbye -- Part I Georg Lukács -- Chapter 2 Matthew, Mark, Lukács, and Bloch: From Aesthetic Utopianism to Religious Messianism -- Chapter 3 Lukács's Theatres of History: Drama, Action, and Historical Agency -- Chapter 4 The Non-Contemporaneity of Lukács and Lukács: Cold War Contradictions and the Aesthetics of Visual Art -- Part II Theodor W. Adorno -- Chapter 5 Adorno and/or Avant-Garde: Looking Back at Surrealism -- Chapter 6 Avant-Garde and Kitsch, or, Teddy the Musical! -- Chapter 7 Remediating Opera: Media and Musical Drama in Adorno and Kluge -- Part III Critical Theory -- Chapter 8 Perversion and Utopia: Sade, Fourier, and Critical Theory -- Chapter 9 Interdisciplinary Legacies: Critical Theory and Authoritarian Culture -- Chapter 10 Prophecies of Mass Deception: Dewey, Trotsky, and the Moscow Show Trials -- Chapter 11 Tell-Trials, or, Gyuri the Radio Play -- Index
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SUBJECT Lukács, György, 1885-1971 -- Criticism and interpretation
Lukács, György, 1885-1971. fast (OCoLC)fst00031351
Subject Philosophy, Hungarian -- 20th century.
Literary Criticism / European.
Philosophy, Hungarian.
Genre/Form Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1399502433