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Horkheimer

(German ˈhɔrkhaɪmər)
n
(Biography) Max. 1895–1973, German social theorist of the Frankfurt school. His books include Eclipse of Reason (1947) and Critical Theory (1968)
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He covers arguing for classical critical theory: Horkheimer, Marcuse, et al.; an alternative agenda for political economy: Durkheim et al.; from restricted economy to general economy--and back: Bataille; on the contribution of dialectics: Plato et al.; totalizing negativity and change: Bataille, Hegel, et al.; from ontology to epistemology: Tong, Mao, and Hegel; critique presupposes alienation: Hegel; on the way to liberation: Marcuse; and continuing the critique of capitalism and political economy.
Theodor Adorno e Max Horkheimer integraram o referido Instituto de Pesquisa e escreveram a Dialetica do esclarecimento, que consiste em uma das obras mais emblematicas da critica a racionalidade burguesa.
Esse foi o impulso critico central nos escritos de Horkheimer e Adorno (Gruschka, 2014, p.
Max Horkheimer on the Instrumentalization of Family
I do so through a consideration of the critique of Enlightenment reason offered by Max Horkheimer and Theodor Adorno that holds that thought contracted to simply a tool that systemizes what is immediately to hand.
When a brilliant young Marxist intellectual named Max Horkheimer took over the Institute (today usually known as the Frankfurt School) in 1930, he picked up Lukacs's work and expanded it into a new version of Marxism, very different from Moscow's.
God Is Dead but Not Forgotten: Max Horkheimer's Critique of Nietzsche's Philosophy of Religion.
A denominacao Escola de Frankfurt somente passou a ser utilizada apos o regresso do Instituto a Alemanha, estando intimamente ligada a ascensao de Max Horkheimer a sua direcao, que trouxe homogeneidade aos pensamentos trabalhados no Instituto, antes bastante ambiguos.