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By Istvan Meszaros

The numerous contributions during this booklet, initially released in 1971, talk about many points of the complicated topic of heritage and sophistication realization, and the topics which are handled are all inter-related. The papers variety from heritage and sociology, via political idea and philosophy, to artwork feedback and literary feedback. Georg Lukács’ vintage paintings History and sophistication Consciousness, is mentioned in different of the essays, and the quantity is prefaced through a letter from Georg Lukács to István Mészáros.

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