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 (lo͞o′käch), György or Georg 1885-1971.
Hungarian philosopher, literary critic, and politician whose Marxist writings include History and Class Consciousness (1923).

Lukács

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(Biography) Georg (ˈɡeɪɔːk), original name György. 1885–1971, Hungarian Marxist philosopher and literary critic, whose works include History and Class Consciousness (1923), Studies in European Realism (1946), and The Historical Novel (1955)
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This essay proposes a triangulated reading of the work of Eileen Chang [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (1920-1995), Gyorgy Lukacs (1885-1971), and Lev Tolstoy (1828-1910) as a way of exploring these simultaneous conjunctions and disjunctions.
As part of that effort, the city council of Budapest, which is dominated by Orban Fidesz party, will reportedly follow through on plans to remove a statue of the renowned Jewish literary critic and Marxist theoretician Gyorgy Lukacs, reported Le Monde.
It is a hitherto unexamined axiom of literary, cultural, and intellectual history that Georg Lukacs had no interwar reception in Britain.
Ha destacado por su rica historia social de los intelectuales, tales como: Franz Kafka, Max Weber, Karl Marx, Georg Lukacs, Antonio Gramsci, Rosa Luxemburgo, Che Guevara, Lucien Goldmann, Jose Carlos Mariategui, Leon Trotski, Karl Mannheim, entre otros.
Schmidt desarrolla las ideas filosoficas y sobre el genero novelesco que articularon Frederic Schlegel, Georg Lukacs, Hermann Cohen, Miguel de Unamuno, Jose Ortega y Gasset y Mikhail Bakhtin.
LEAKED REPORTS from the Ministry of Aboriginal Affairs, obtained by Martin Lukacs and The Guardian, warn government insiders that the assertion of indigenous rights and new legal precedents set by successful indigenous lawsuits pose "significant risks" to the federal government's policy agenda and may result in "economic development projects [being] delayed.
Although Marge means well, I have come to appreciate that her empathetic gesture is in many ways worse than her son's schadenfreude, for she supports the illusion that "the fate of worker" is "an individual fate" to borrow the language of Lukacs (99).
Para este trabajo, seran recuperados, en lo fundamental, aquellos aspectos desarrollados por el autor en la segunda obra senalada, la cual se encuentra dividida en una parte historica, en la que Lukacs analiza la genesis de la ontologia en el campo de la filosofia y de la ciencia, y en otra sistematica, compuesta por aquellas categorias esenciales y fundamentales del ser social: el trabajo, la reproduccion, la ideologia y la alienacion.
He examines the "ideologistes" and Napoleon, ideology-critique and ideology-theory according to Marx and Engels, the concept of ideology Ron the Second International to "Marxism-Leninism," the concept of ideology from Lukacs to the Frankfurt School, Louis Althusser's ideas on ideological state-apparatus and subjection, the period from the collapse of the Althusser School to postculturalism and postmodernism, Pierre Bourdien's field habitus and symbolic violence, ideology-critique with the hinterland of a theory of the ideological, Friederick Hayek and the ideological dispositif of neoliberalism, and the unfulfilled promise of the late Foucault and Foucaultian "governmentality studies.
We saw a profound change in the microbiome," says study coauthor Nicholas Lukacs, an immunologist at the University of Michigan Medical School in Ann Arbor.
In the next, sometimes difficult chapter, Loftus takes on the challenge of bringing Lukacs into the conversation.