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Horkheimer

(German ˈhɔrkhaɪmər)
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(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
Dialectic of the Enlightenment in code by Max Horkheimer and Theodor Adorno: intertwining of barbarism and rationality
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.
Max Horkheimer. El Instituto de Investigacion Social se creo en Frankfurt para reflexionar sobre el fracaso de la revolucion comunista en Alemania en 1918.
Aunque su lectura de Marx se inicia en los anos de juventud, en este acercamiento sera fundamental la relacion que mantiene con el Instituto de Investigacion Social de Frankfurt y, sobre todo, con Horkheimer. Con sus propios matices diferenciadores, Adorno se inscribe a la orientacion materialista que el Instituto habia acunado desde su formacion.
In their introduction, Hogh and Deines outline their line of inquiry as addressing what appear to be breaks between a first generation (Benjamin, Adorno, Horkheimer), the second generation (chiefly Jurgen Habermas), and a third (Rainer Forst, Axel Honneth, Rahel Jaeggi).
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.