Lukács

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Lu·kács

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

(ˈluːkætʃ)
n
(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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