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Frankfurt School

(Philosophy) philosophy a school of thought, founded at the University of Frankfurt in 1923 by Theodor Adorno, Herbert Marcuse and others, derived from Marxist, Freudian, and Hegelian theory

Frankfurt school

A term referring to members of the Frankfurt Institute of Social research founded in 1923. The institute draws on the work of early Marx, Freud, and Hegel to produce an approach to the social sciences and philosophy which is known as critical theory.
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This article is a sociologically informed history of the Frankfurt School with a focus on the bitter and contentious break between Erich Fromm and its other members in the late 1930s, particularly Adorno, Horkheimer and in the 1950s with Marcuse.
The essays highlight surprising overlaps between the first and second generation of the Frankfurt School, which in turns raises questions about how the third generation stands to benefit from taking a closer look at their predecessors.
Team Leader of Frankfurt School of Finance Management, Wolkov, said,this is the official opening of the pilot phase that we are setting up in four branches in Kubwa, Dei-Dei, Mararaba, and Utako.
Wolkov, the Team Leader of Frankfurt School of Finance Management said,'this is the official opening of the pilot phase that we are setting up in four branches in Kubwa, Dei-Dei, Mararaba, and Utako''.
Matthijs Breugem, Frankfurt School of Finance and Management, and Adrian Buss, INSEAD (France), "Institutional Investors and Information Acquisition: Implications for Asset Prices and Informational Efficiency"
Thus, he has inspired art and artists, from Thomas Mann and Robert Musil to Rilke and Hermann Hesse, from Strauss' Thus Spoke Zarathustra and Mahler's Third Symphony to contemporary Hungarian director Bela Tarr's The Turin Horse; he has influenced philosophy, from Martin Heidegger and the early thinkers of the Frankfurt School (Adorno and Horkheimer) and existentialism, to the radical French postmodern philosophers of the second half of the 20th century (Foucault, Deleuze, Derrida); and, though to a considerably lesser degree, after being rehabilitated by Princeton University's Walter Kaufmann in the 1950s, Nietzsche has also gained some repute in American philosophical academia.
Called 'Blockchain Technology - Opportunities and Challenges,' the programme is being conducted by Deutsche Bundesbank and the Frankfurt School of Finance and Management.
Last year, for the first time, renewables accounted for a majority of the new electricity-generating capacity added around the world, at an investment of $286 billion, according to research by UNEP, Bloomberg and the Frankfurt School.
This article examines Holocaust Education in Austria, employing a Frankfurt School approach.
Deputy Chairman of the National Bank of Egypt, Mahmoud Montasser, said that the national bank and EBRD designed the programme with help from the largest consulting firms and Frankfurt School.
Montaser, NBE Vice Chairman, said: "Both EBRD and NBE have worked together on this programme with consultants from Frankfurt School of Finance and Management (FSFM), analysing both market and NBE data to make it as useful and supportive as possible.

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