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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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Ainsi, [beaucoup moins que] chacun des etudiants a eu la charge de traduire un texte, certains ont opte pour Karl Korsch, d'autres ont opte pour les contributions de Max Horkheimer ou encore celles de Cornelius Castoriadis, alors que de mon cote, je me suis charge de la traduction des textes du philosophe francais, Kostas Papaioannou, en l'occurrence son oeuvre [beaucoup moins que]L'ideologie froide: essai sur le deperissement du marxisme[beaucoup plus grand que].
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.
O Instituto iniciou suas atividades em 1924 e, apos um periodo em que predominara um marxismo academico ainda um pouco ortodoxo, o filosofo Max Horkheimer assumiu a diretoria, em 1931, propondo uma especie de sintese entre a filosofia classica e as ciencias humanas, entre o marxismo e certa vanguarda do pensamento burgues, corporificadas, a epoca, principalmente pela sociologia weberiana e pela psicanalise freudiana (Duarte, 2004, p.
Max Horkheimer on the Instrumentalization of Family
And to cater to this need there exist what Theodor Adorno and Max Horkheimer call the culture industry.
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.
Even figures associated with a Marxist critique of liberal democracy, like Theodor Adorno and Max Horkheimer, supported liberal democracy after the war.