Sampler Frankfurt School Bib

Frankfurt School Sampler Bibliography

Lukács, Georg. 1922. "The Irrational Chasm Between Subject and Object" (206-208)
Horkheimer, Max. 1932. "Notes on Science and the Crisis" (208-212)
Fromm, Erich. 1929. "Psychoanalysis and Sociology" (222-223)
Benjamin, Walter. 1936. "Art, War, and Fascism" (259-261)
Gramsci Intellectuals and Hegemony Antonio Gramsci, Intellectuals and Hegemony (263-265)
Althusser, Louis. 1968-9. "Ideology and the Ideological State Apparatuses, Doubts and Reservations" (321-324)
Horkheimer, Max and Theodor Adorno. 1944. "The Culture Industry as Deception" (325-329)
Habermas, Jürgen. 1968. "Emancipatory Knowledge" (386-7)
Habermas, Jürgen. 1970. "Social Analysis and Communicative Competence" (387-9)
Marcuse, Herbert. 1964. "Repressive Desublimation" (436-439)
VIDEO: Paul Fry Lecture on "The Frankfurt School of Critical Theory" in Introduction to Literary Theory at Yale.

Mills Library

Dahms, Harry F. 2008. Current Perspectives in Social Theory , Volume 25 : No Social Science without Critical Theory. Emerald Group Publishing Ltd. (Ebrary HM480 — .N6 2008eb)
Gottfried, Paul. 2005. Strange Death of Marxism : The European Left in the New Millennium. University of Missouri Press. (Ebrary HX238.5 — .G68 2005eb)
Claussen, Detlev and Rodney Livingstone. 2008. Theodor W. Adorno : One Last Genius. Harvard University Press. (Ebrary B3199.A34 — C5813 2008eb]
See introduction in Kellner, Douglas (ed.). 1998. Collected Papers of Herbert Marcuse : Technology, War and Fascism, Volume 1. Routledge. (Ebrary B945 — .M298 v. 1 1998eb)
Wiggershaus, Rolf. 1994. The Frankfurt School : its history, theories, and political significance. Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press. 301.01 W655f 1994.
Tar, Zoltán. 1977. The Frankfurt school : the critical theories of Max Horkheimer and Theodor W. Adorno. New York : Wiley 301 T176f.
Geuss, Raymond. 1981. The idea of a critical theory : Habermas and the Frankfurt school. Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press. 301 H114g 1981.
Jay, Martin. 1973. The dialectical imagination; a history of the Frankfurt School and the Institute of Social Research, 1923-1950. Boston, Little, Brown 300.7 J42d.
Feenberg, Andrew. 1986. Lukacs, Marx, and the sources of critical theory. New York : Oxford University Press. 335.4 F295L
Held, David. 1980. Introduction to critical theory : Horkheimer to Habermas Berkeley. University of California Press. 301 H474i.

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