György Lukács

Lukács in 1952 György Lukács, ; }} (born György Bernát Löwinger;}} ; ;}} 13 April 1885 – 4 June 1971) was a Hungarian Marxist philosopher, literary historian, critic, and aesthetician. He was one of the founders of Western Marxism, an interpretive tradition that departed from the Marxist ideological orthodoxy of the Soviet Union. He developed the theory of reification, and contributed to Marxist theory with developments of Karl Marx's theory of class consciousness. He was also a philosopher of Leninism. He ideologically developed and organised Lenin's pragmatic revolutionary practices into the formal philosophy of vanguard-party revolution.

As a literary critic Lukács was especially influential due to his theoretical developments of realism and of the novel as a literary genre. In 1919, he was appointed the Hungarian Minister of Culture of the government of the short-lived Hungarian Soviet Republic (March–August 1919).

Lukács has been described as the preeminent Marxist intellectual of the Stalinist era, though assessing his legacy can be difficult as Lukács seemed both to support Stalinism as the embodiment of Marxist thought, and yet also to champion a return to pre-Stalinist Marxism. Provided by Wikipedia
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Het 'Gesprek met Georg Lukács' van Wim Hazeu en Antal Sivirsky verscheen eerder in het tijdschrift Kentering, jg. 12, no. ...

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By Lukács, Georg
Date 1975
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Bibliotheek François Vercammen
Oorspronkelijke titel: Die Seele und die formen By Lukács, Georg, Haarscher, Guy
Date 1974
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Bibliotheek François Vercammen By Lukács, Georg
Date 1960
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Bibliotheek François Vercammen By Lukács, Georg, Brohm, Jean-Marie
Date 1965
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