At the end of an age

By Lukacs, John R.

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978-0-30009-296-7
Publisher
New Haven : Yale University Press, c2002.


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Reviewed on June 15, 2002

The author of over 20 books (Five Days in London: May 1940, etc.), Lukacs argues that our entire civilized "Modern Age" of science, reason, democracy, and capitalism is coming to an end. His own thoughts are especially influenced by the ideas of Pierre Duhem, Heisenberg, and Tocqueville. The author stresses the necessity of taking a historical perspective seriously, yet he ignores the obvious ramifications of organic evolution, which places human existence totally within a ...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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