An author engaged in ideological battles is rarely valued correctly during his lifetime. George Lukács died in 1971, hence a reassessment of his work is warranted. The essays published in this volume provide a philosophical evaluation of Lukács's work according to the criterion of the consistency of his arguments dealing with Hegel, Marx, Alienation and Aesthetics.
New York, Bern, Frankfurt/M., Paris, 1987. XIV, 195 pp.
Contents: Essays on Hegel, Marx and Lukács by G.L. Kline, T. Rockmore, H. Chorney; on Alienation by J. O'Neill, L. Dupré,
E. Joós; on Aesthetics by L. Zuidervaart, J.-G. Meunier, J. Kelemen; Poster Session - V. Zeman.