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Curriculum Vitae (2000)
Agnes Heller




Department of Philosophy
Graduate Faculty of Political and Social Science
New School University
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New York, NY 10003
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Personal Data


Born 1929 in Budapest. A survivor of the Holocaust, she lost most of her family who perished in various concentration camps. Student of Georg Lukacs since 1947, later his Ph.D, student and assistant professor in his department. First editor of the postwar Hungarian Philosophical Journal (1955-56). Dismissed from academic position together with G. Lukacs for political reasons after the Hungarian Revolution. Several years spent in grammar school teaching and banned from all publications. In 1968, protested against the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia, which renewed political and police harassment. In 1973, on special decision of party authorities, all academic positions lost again. "Politically unemployed" translator between 1973-1977. In 1977, emigrated to Australia. Since the great change of 1989, she now spends half of the year in her native Hungary where she has been elected to the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. She was awarded the Szechenyi National Prize in Hungary and the Hannah Arendt Prize in Bremen, both in 1995, and she received honorary degrees from La Trobe University in Melbourne 1996 and the University of Buenos Aires in 1997.



Degrees

1952-55 Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Ph.D., 1955, Advisor: Georg Lukacs.
  Thesis title: "Tchernyshevsky and the Problem of Rational Egoism."
1947-52 Lorand Eotvos University of Budapest, Philosophy and Social Theory.




Teaching Positions

1988-Present Hannah Arendt Professor of Philosophy, Graduate Faculty, New School for Social Research.
1986-1989 Chair, Department of Philosophy, Graduate Faculty, New School for Social Research.
1984-1988 Professor of Philosophy, Graduate Faculty, New School for Social Research
1981 Visiting Professor of Sociology, Universitat Konstanz.
1978-1983 Senior Lecturer and Reader of Sociology, La Trobe University.
1972 Visiting Professor of Philosophy, Freie Universitat Berlin.
1963-1973 Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Sociology, The Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
1958-1963 Grammar school teacher.
1955-1958 Assistant Professor of Philosophy, University of Budapest; dismissed with Georg Lukacs, Chair, for political reasons.




Awards, Activities, and Editorial Positions

  • Hannah Arendt Prize for Political Philosophy, Bremen, 1995.
  • Szechenyi National Prize in Hungary, 1995.
  • Correspondent-Member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 1990. Australian National Research Grant, 1982-83.
  • Lessing Prize of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg for Philosophical Activity, 1981.
  • Editorial Board of Praxis International, Oxford-Belgrade.
  • Editorial Board of Aut Aut, Milan.
  • Editorial Board of Social Praxis, Toronto.
  • Editorial Board of New German Critique, Milwaukee.
  • Member of International Research Group of Alienation.
  • Member of International Society of the Sociology of Knowledge.
  • Member of the College Internationale de Philosophie, Paris.
  • Member of Societe Europeenne de Culture, Venice.



Publications

BOOKS

The Time is Out of Joint: Shakespeare as Philosopher of History, Blackwell Publishers, Cambridge MA, 2000.

The Concept of the Beautiful, 1999, in Hungarian.

A Theory of Modernity, Blackwell Publishers, Cambridge MA, 1999.

An Ethics of Personality. Cambridge: Basil Blackwell, 1996.

Ist die moderne lebensfahig? Euopaisches Zentrum Wien: Campus, 1996.

Biopolitica (with F. Feher). Barcelona: Ediciones Peninsula, 1995.

The Grandeur and Twilight of Radical Universalism (with F. Feher). New Brunswick: Transaction, 1990.

Can Modernity Survive? Cambridge, Berkeley, Los Angeles: Polity Press and University of California Press, 1990.

From Yalta to Glasnost (The Dismantling of Stalin's Empire) (with F. Feher). Oxford, Boston: 1990. (Also Hungarian trans.).

A Philosophy of Morals. Oxford, Boston: Basil Blackwell, 1990.

General Ethics. Oxford, Boston: Basil Blackwell, 1989.

The Postmodern Political Condition (with F. Feher). Cambridge, New York: Polity Press Columbia University Press, 1989. (Also Spanish trans.).


Beyond Justice. Oxford, Boston, Basil Blackwell, 1988. (Paperback, 1989. Also Italian, Spanish, and Hungarian trans.).

Eastern Left - Western Left (Freedom, Totalitarianism, Democracy) (with F. Feher). Cambridge, New York: Polity Press, Humanities Press, 1987. (Also Serbo-Croation trans.).

Doomsday or Deterrence (with F. Feher). White Plains: M.E. Sharpe, 1986. (Also Spanish and Italian trans.).

Reconstructing Aesthetics, editor with F. Feher. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1986.

Anatomia de la Izquierda Occidental (Spanish trans. of English manuscript), (with F. Feher). Barcelona: Ediciones Peninsula, 1985.

Le condizioni della morale (Italian trans. of English original). Roma: Editori Riuniti, Biblioteca minima, 1985.

The Power of Shame (A Rationalist Perspective)
. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1985. (Also Italian and Hungarian trans.).

Critica de la Ilustracion (Las Antinomias Morales de la Razon), (Spanish trans. of English essays). Barcelona: Ediciones Peninsula, 1984.

Lukacs Revalued, editor. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1983. (Paperback, 1984).

Dictatorship Over Needs (with F. Feher and G. Markus). Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1983. (Paperback, 1984. Also German, Italian, Japanese, Serbo-Croatian, Spanish, and Hungarian trans.).

Hungary, 1956 Revisited: The Message of a Revolution A Quarter of a Century After (with F. Feher). London, Boston, Sydney: George Allen and Unwin, 1983. (Also Italian, German, Spanish, and Hungarian trans.).

Aristoteles y el Mundo Antiguo (Spanish trans. of Hungarian original). Barcelona: Ediciones Peninsula, 1983.

A Theory of History. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1982. (Also Italian, Spanish, and Serbo-Croation trans.).


Il Simposio di San Silvestro (Italian trans. of Hungarian original). Bologna: Capelli, 1981. (Also Serbo-Croatian trans.).

Marxisme et Democratie (French trans. of collected papers with F. Feher). Paris: Maspero, 1981.

Instinto, Agresividad, y Caracter. Barcelona: Ediciones Peninsula, 1980, 2nd ed. 1994.

Per Cambiare la Vita (Italian trans. of theoretical interviews with F. Adornato). Roma: Editori Riuniti, 1980, 2nd ed. 1981. (Also Spanish, Portugese, Greek, and German trans.).

Diktatur uber die Bed urfnisse (German trans. of English papers, with F. Feher). Hamburg: VSA-Verlag, 1979.

Morale i Revoluzione (Italian trans. of English original, interview with L. Boella and A. Vigorelli). Roma: Savelli, 1979.

A Theory or Feelings. Assen: Van Gorcum, 1979. (Also German, Italian, and Spanish trans.).

La teoria, la prassi e i bisogni: la critica della vita quotidiana (Critique of Everyday Life, Collected Essays, Italian trans. of English and Hungarian originals). Roma: Savelli, 1978. (Also Greek and Spanish trans.).

Die Seele und das Leben (ed. with F. Feher). Frankfurt: Suhrkamp Verlag, 1977.

Philosophie des linken Radikahsmus (German trans. of Hungarian original). Hamburg: VSA Verlag, 1978. (Also English (Radical Philosohy), French, Italian, Portugese, Swedish, and Serbo-Croation trans.).

Le forme dell'uguglianza (with F. Feher, Italian edition of Hungarian manuscript). Milan: Edizione Aut Aut, 1978.

Renaissance Man (English trans. of Hungarian original). London, Boston, Henley: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1978. (American ed. in New York: Schoecken Books, 1981. Also Italian, Spanish, German, and Portugese trans.).

On Instincts (English trans. of Hungarian original). Assen: Van Gorcum, 1979. (Also German, Italian, Spanish, Greek, and Portugese trans.).

The Humanisation of Socialism (with A. Hegedus et alii.), (collected papers trans. from Hungarian). London: Allison and Busby, 1976.

Individuum and Praxis (Positionen der Budapester Schule), (collected essays trans. from Hungarian, with G. Lukacs et al.). Frankfurt: Suhrkamp Verlag, 1975.

Sociologia della vita cotidiana (Everyday Life), (Italian trans. of Hungarian original). Roma: Editori Riuniti, 1975, 2nd ed. 1981. (Also Spanish, German, and Serbo-Croatian, and English trans.).

La teoria dei bisogni in Marx (Theory of Needs in Marx), (Italian trans. of Hungarian manuscript). Milan: Feltrinelli, 1974, 2nd ed. 1975, 3rd ed. 1976, 4th ed. 1977, 5th ed. 1978, 6th ed. 1978, 7th ed. 1980. (Also German, French, English, Danish, Greek, Japanese, Spanish, Serbo-Croatian, and Hungarian edition in Yugoslavia trans.).

Towards a Marxist Theory of Value. Carbondale: University of Southern Illinois, Telos Books, 1972. (Also German, Spanish, Italian, and Japanese trans.).

Alltag und Geschiche (Zur sozialistichen Gesellschaftstheorie) (The Selected Papers of Agnes Heller). Neiwied, Berlin: Luchterhand Verlag, 1970. (Also Spanish, Portugese, and Japanese trans.).

PAPERS AND ARTICLES

"On the Genealogy of Morals and Parsifal," in Inmitten der Zeit, Thomas Grethlein and Heinrich Leitner eds., 1996, 409-430.

"The Complexity of Justice (A Challenge to the Twenty-First Century)," in Ratio Juris, vol.9: 2, June 1996, 138-152.

"Repieiceu fur Ein Fahrhundert," Sinn und Form, vol. 4, 1995, 469-481.

"Models of the Happy Life and the Good Life Today," Journal fur Sozialforschung, vol. 1, 1995.

"Germania: La guerra the finisce senza pace," (with F. Feher), Mondoperaio, August-September 1990.

"La Condizione Politics Postmoderna," (with F. Feher) in Modoperaio, Roma, October 1988, year 41, 86-91.

"Ripensando e categorie del 'Politico'," Modoperaio, Roma, January 1990, year 43, 76-84.

"Decisione come volona a come scelta," Mondoperaio, Roma, July 1990, year 43, 81-86.

"Does Socialism Have a Future?" (with F. Feher), Dissent, New York, Summer 1989, 1-20. (Reprinted in New Socialist, London, Dec. 1989-Jan. 1990, 12-17).

"Marcha funebre para un soglo. Notas sobra Benjamin," Claves, Madrid, December 1990, no.8, 60-63.

"Europa, Un Epilogo?" Letra International, Madrid, Fall-Winter 1988, 6-12.

"Le gloriosi rivoluzioni dell'Est," Mondoperaio, Roma, 1990, year 43, no. 10, 81-91.

"Krushchev and Gorbacev: A Contrast," (with F. Feher), Dissent, New York, Winter 1988, 6-11.

"Unknown Masterpiece," Philosophy and Social Criticism, Boston, vol.15, no.3, 1990, 205-241.

"The Contingent Person and the Existential Choice," The Philosophical Forum, New York, vol.21, nos. l-2, Fall-Winter 1989-90, 53-70. (Reprinted in M. Kelly, ed., Hermeneutics and Critical Theory in Ethics and Politics, Cambridge, London: MIT Press, 1990, 53-70).

"What Is and What Is Not Practical Reason?" Philosophy and Social Criticism, Boston, vo1.14, nos.3-4, 1988, 391-411. (Reprinted in D. Rasmussen, ed. Universalism VS. Communitarianism (Contemporary Debates in Ethics) Cambridge, London: MIT Press, 1990, 163-183).

"Can Everyday Life Be Endangered?" Philosophy and Social Criticism, Boston, vol.13, no.4, 1988, 297-315.

"With Castoriadis to Aristotle," Revue Europeene des Scienes Sociales, Geneva, year 27, 1989, no. 86, 161-173.

"From Totalitarian Dictatorship through Rechtsstaat to Democracy," (with F. Feher) Thesis Eleven, Melbourne, no. 26, 1990, 7-26.

"Il fondatore di scuole," Lettera Internazionale, Roma, Year 6, no. 23, 51-56.

"Can Poetry Be Written After the Holocaust? (On Adorno's Dictum)," Dialectical Anthropology, New York, Amsterdam, 1990, no. 2, 16-25.

"Are We Living in a World of Emotional Impoverishment?" Thesis Eleven, Melbourne, no. 22, 1989, 46-61.

"Existentialism, Alienation, Postmodemism: Cultural Movements as Vehicles of Change in the Patterns of Everyday Life." A. Milner, P. Thomson, C. Worth, eds. Postmodern Conditions, Monash University, Melbourne, 1988, 1-15.

"The Moral Situation in Modernity," Social Research, New York, vol. 55, no. 4, Winter 1988, 531-551.

"Civic Virtues," Revue Internationale de Sociologie, Roma, year 26, 1987, no. 1, 2-14.

"Sociology as the Defetishization of Modernity," Madrid-Cardiff: International Sociology, vol. 2, no. 4, December 1987, 391-403. (Reprinted in M. Albrow and E. King, Globalization, Knowledge and Society, London, Newbury Park, New Delhi: Sage Publications, 1990, 35-47).

"Moralphilosophie and radikale Ethik," Widerspruch, Berlin, December 1986, 39-49.

"Hannah Arendt on vita contemplativa," Philosophy and Social Criticism, Boston, 1987, nos.2-3, 234-256. (Reprinted in G.T. Kaplan, C.S. Kessler, eds., Hannah Arendt - Thinking, Judging, Freedom, Sydney, London, Boston: Allen and Unwin, 1989, 144-160.

"From Hermeneutics in Social Science Toward a Hermeneutics of Social Science," Theory and Society, St. Louis, vo1.18, no.3, May 1989, 291-323.

"The Human Condition," Thesis Eleven, Melbourne, no. 16, 1987, 4-22.

"The Ethico-Political Concept of Justice in Rousseau," Zeitschrift fur Literaturwissenschaften und Linguistik, Siegen, year 16, 1986, no. 63, Vandenhoeck and Ruprecht, 11-19.

"The Sociology of Everyday Life," in U. Himmelstrand, ed. The Social Reproduction of Organization and Culture, London, Beverly Hills, New Delhi: Sage Publications, 1987, 150-164.

"Testament of a Revolution (Bibo: A Democrat Without Democracy)," New Socialist, London, November 1986, 30-32.

"A New Rapallo: Fiction, Threat or Capitulation-in-Progress? A Reply to Our Critics," (with F. Feher), New German Critique, Milwaukee, no. 37, Winter 1986, 148-168.

"Der Marxismus als kukerelle Bewegung," (with F. Feher), Kolner Zeitschrifl fur Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie, Cologne, no. 27, 1986, Wesdeutscher Verlag, 302-314.

"The Secrets of Columbo," Telos, vol. 66, no. 86, Winter 1985, 133-139.

"Are There Prospects for Change in the USSR and Eastern Europe?" (with F. Feher), Praxis International, vol. 5, no.3, October 1985, 323-333.

"Eastern Left - Western Left (A Contribution to the Morphology of a Problematic Relationship)," (with F. Feher), Cologne, Index, 1985, 1-39.

"The Basic Question of Moral Philosophy," Philosophy and Social Criticism, Boston, no. 1, vol. 1 Summer 1985, 35-63.

"Lukacs and the Holy Family," Telos, no. 62, Winter 1984-85, 145-153.

"Eastern Europe Under the Shadow of a New Rapallo," (with F. Feher), Cologne, Index, 1984, 138. (Reprinted in New German Critique, no. 37, Winter 1986, 7-58. Also reprinted in Winter 1985, Socialist Review, San Francisco, Boston, no.89, vol. 16, Sept-Oct. 1986, 2551 and no. 90, vol. 16, Nov.-Dec. 1986, 33-51).

"The Great Republic," Praxis International, Oxford, vol. 5, no. 1, 1985, 23-35.

Il giovane Lukacs," 25 anni di un editore, Milano, 1984, Sugarco, 13-17.

"Die ethische und aesthetische Lebensform des rechtschaffenen Menschen," Das Abenteuer der Ideen, Berlin, 1984, 149-167.

"Osservazioni a sociolgia estoria," Nuova Civilta delle Macchine, Roma, year 2, vol. 1, no. 5, Summer 1984.

"Marx, Justice, Freedom: The Libertarian Prophet," Philosophica, The University of Ghent, Ghent, 1984, vo1.33, no. 1, 83-107.

"From Red to Green," (with F. Feher), Telos, no. 59, Spring 1984, St. Louis, 35-45.

"Marx and the 'Liberation of Humankind'," Philosophy and Social Criticism, Boston, 1984, vol.4, no.73, 35-39.

"On Being Anti-Nuclear in Soviet Societies," (with F. Feher), Telos, no.57, Fall 1983, 144-162.

"Can Cultural Patterns Be Compared?" Dialectical Anthropology, Amsterdam, New York, no.&, 1984, 269-276.

"Marx and Modernity," Thesis Eleven, Melbourne, no, 8, 1984, 44-59.

"Vier Arten des gesellschaftlichen Aufstandes," Der Prager Fruhling, Z. Mlynar, ed. Bund-Verlag, Cologne, 1983, 82-100.

"Squaring the Circle: The Life of Georg Lukacs," Meridian, Melbourne, vo1.2, no. 1, May 1983, 21-27.

"Class, Democracy, Modernity," (with F. Feher), Theory and Society, Amsterdam, no. 12, 1983, 211-244.

"The Dissatisfied Society," Praxis International, Haverford, Belgrade, vol.2, no.4, 1983, 359-371.

"The Antinomies of Peace," (with F. Feher), Telos, vol.4, no.53, Fall, 1982, 5-17.

"Rationality and Democracy," Philosophy and Social Criticism, Boston, 1981, no.3, vol.8, 243267.

"The Power of Knowledge," Revue Internationale de Sociologie, Roma, year 11, vol.16, no. 1, April 1981, 3-22.

"Phases of Legitimation in Soviet-Type Societies," in T.H. Rigby and F. Feher, eds. Political Legitimation in Communist States, London, Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1982, 45-64.

"Habermas and Marxism," in J.B. Thompson, D. Held, eds. Habermas, Critical Debates, London, Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1982, 21-42.

"The Legacy of Marxian Ethics Today," Praxis International, Haverford, Oxford, January 1982, no. 1, 346-364.

"The Power of Shame," Dialectical Anthropology, New York and Amsterdam, no.6, 1982, 215228.

"Enlightenment Against Fundamentalism: The Example of Lessing," New German Critique, no.23, Spring-Summer 1981, 13-26.

"The Ideal of Freedom and Human Rights," A. Tay, ed. Teaching Human Rights, Canberra, 1981, Australian Government Publishing Service, 119-129.

"Trotzdam: Sozialistische Zielsetzung?" Tagebuch, Vienna, February 1982, 19-23.

"Equality Reconsidered," (with F. Feher), Thesis Eleven, Melbourne, 1981, no.3, 23-41.

"Paradigm of Production, Paradigm of Work," Dialectical Anthropology, New York, The Hague, 1981, no. 1, 21-29.

"'Ludwig Feuerbach Redivivus," Ideje, Belgrade, vo1.5, no. 80, 89-121.

"Labour and Human Needs in a Society of Associated Producers," Tom Bottomore, ed. Modern Interpretations of Marx, Oxford, Basil Blackwell, 1981, 188-202.

"The Moral Maxims of Democratic Politics," Praxis International, Haverford, Belgrade, vol.1, no. 1, April 1981, 39-49.

"Das Ideal der Arbeit vom Blickwinkel des Alltagslebens," Marxismus and Anthropologie, Festschrift fur Leo Kofler, Bochum, Germinal Verlag, 1980, 33-47.

"The Emotional Division of Labour Between the Sexes," Social Praxis, Toronto, The Hague, 1980, vol.7, nos.3-4, 205-218. (Reprinted in Thesis Eleven, Melbourne, 1983, nos. 5-6, 59-62. Also reprinted in H. Nagl-Docekal, ed. Feministische Philosophie, Winer Reihe, Oldenbourg, Wien, 1990, 229-244).

"The Fear of Power (The Genesis of Eurocommunism)," (with F. Feher), Thesis Eleven, Melbourne, year 1, no.2., 1981, 127-162.

"Marxisme, revolution og moral," HUG, Copenhagen, year 6, no.29, 1981, 41-45.

"Die Eigenart der Geschichtsphilosophie aus der Sicht der Wissensoziologie," Kolner Zeitschrift fur Soziologie and Socialpsychologie, Cologne, Sonderheft 22, 1980, 140-152.

"Kurt Wolff's Existential Sociology," The Philosophical Forum, Boston, vol.12, no. 1, 82-94.

"Historicity and Its Forms of Consciousness," Philosophy and Social Criticism, Boston, 1980, no. 1, 1-17.

"Comedy and Rationality," (with F. Feher), Telos, St. Louis, no.45, Fall 1980, 160-169.

"Group Interest, Collective Consciousness, and the Role of Intellectuals in Goldmann and Lukacs," Social Praxis, Toronto, The Hague, vol.6, nos. 3-4, 1979, 177-191.

"The Philosophy of the Late Lukacs," Philosophy and Social Criticism, Boston, vol.6, no. 1, 1980, 147-163.

"Fetishism and Alienation: With Particular Respect to East-European Societies," (Japanese), The 1979 Yearbook for Marxist Studies, Shingo Shibata, ed. 1979, Tokyo, Goddo-Shuppan.

"Can 'True' and 'False' Needs Be Posited?" in K. Lederer, ed., Human Needs (A Contribution to the Current Debate), Cambridge and Konigsein: Oelgeschlager, Gunn and Hain - Verlag Anton Hain, 1980, 213-227.

"George Lukacs and Irma Seidler," New German Critique, Madison, WI, no. 18, Fall 1979, 74107.

"Hungary, 1956: The Anatomy of a Political Revolution," (with F. Feher), Radical America, vo1.14, no. 1, Jan-Feb. 1980, 51-67.

"Can the Unity of Sciences Be Considered as the Norm of Sciences?" in H. Nowotny, G. Rose, eds., Countermovements in the Sciences, Sociology of the Sciences, vol.III. Dordrecht: D. Reidel, 1979, 57-66.

"Marxist Ethics and Eastern Europe," Telos, Saint Louis, no.38, 1978-79, 153-174.

"La famiglia nel 'welfare state'," Critica Marista, Roma, no.6, 1978, 141-159.

"Towards and Anthropology of Feeling," Dialectical Anthropology, New York, vol.1, no. 1, 1979, 1-21.

"The Declaration of Independence and the Principles of Socialism," Social Praxis, Toronto and The Hague, vol.6 I/2, 1979, 109-112.

"The Positivism Dispute as a Turning-Point in German Post-War Theory," New German Critique, Wisconsin, Fall 1978, 49-57.

"Las 'necesidades radicales'," Materiales, July-August 1978, Barcelona, vol. l., no. 1, 27-49.

"On Perry Anderson's Historical Books," Telos, Saint Louis, Fall 1997, 124-132.

"Past, Present, and Future of Democracy," Social Research, New York, Winter 1978, vol.45, no.4, 866-889.

"Forms of Equality," (with F. Feher), Telos, Saint Louis, no.32, Summer 1977, 6-26. (Reprinted in E. Kamenka A. Tay, eds. Justice, London, New York and Melbourne: Edward Arnold and St. Martin's Press, 1979, 149-171).

"On the Adventures of Dialectic," Telos, St. Louis, no.32, Summer 1977, 123-143.

"Replica sui bisogni (Un prologo piu che un epilogo)," Aut Aut, Milano, May-August 1977, nos. 2-31, 159-160.

"The Necessity and Irreformaility of Aesthetics," (with F. Feher), The Philosophical Forum, Boston, vol.7, no. 1, 1977, 1-21.

"Ka marksistickoj teoriji vrednosti," Part I: Teoria, Belgrade, year 19, no. 13, 1976, 119-133. Part II: Teoria, no. 12, 1977, 123-141.

"Notes on Lukacs' Ontology," (with F. Feher, G. Markus, M. Vajda), Telos, St. Louis, no.29, Fall 1976, 160-181.

"Towards a Sociology of Knowledge of Everday Life," Cultural Hermeneutics, vol.3, no. 1, May 1975, Dordrecht and Boston, 7-19.

"'Sistema potreba' I 'Drustvo udrusunih proizvodaca'," Marsizam usvetu, Belgrade, year 2, vo1.11, 1975, 1-33.

"Is Radical Philosophy Possible?" Social Praxis, The Hague, Mouton, vol.5, 1978, nos. 1-2, 5-17. (Reprinted in Thesis Eleven, Melbourne, 1980, no. 1, 19-29).

"Vie ist der Ungar jetzt?" Historische Entwicklung and sozialer Wandel, Soziologie and Gesellschaft in Ungarn, Stuttgart, Enke Verlag, vol.1, 1974, 138-156.

"Jenseits der Pflicht. Das Paradigmatische der Ethik der deutschen Klassik im Oeuvre von Georg Lukacs," Revue Internationale de Philosophie, Bruxelles, year XXVII, no. 106, volA, 1973, 439-457.

"Valoare si istoria," Erica contemporana, Bucharest, Academia de stiinte social si politice, 1973, 19-30.

"Cotidianul si istoria," Erica contemporana, Bucharest, Academia de stiinte social si politice, 1973, 19-30.

"Theory and Practice: Their Relation to Human Needs," Social Praxis, The Hague and Toronto, Mouton, vol.l, no.4, 1974, 359-373.

"Marxistische Ethik, christliche Ethik and gesellschaflliche Revolution," International Dialog - Zeitschrift, Wien-Frieburg-Basel, year 5, 1972, no. 1, 70-78.

"Von der Armut am Geiste: A Dialogue by the Young Lukacs," The Philosophical Forum, Boston, Spring-Summer, 1972, 72-89. (German original in LehrstiickLukacs, Frankfurt, Suhrkamp Verlag, 1974, 112-125).

"Family Structure and Communism," (with M. Vajda), Telos, Buffalo, Spring 1971, no.7, 99-112. (Reprinted in Woman in a Man Made World, Chicago, Rand Macnally, 1974, 293-303).

"Religion and Alltagsleben," International Dialog-Zeitschrift, Wien-Freiburg-Basel, year 3, no.2, 1970, 128-138.

"Partikularitat und Individualitat im Alltagsleben," Akten des XIV- Zehn Internationaenl Kongresses fur Philosophy, vol.5, Vienna, Herder Verlag, 1970, 31-33.

"The Marxist Theory of Revolution and Revolution in Everyday Life," Telos, Buffalo, Fall 1970, no.6, 212-224.

"Glaube oder Vertrauen," Internationale Dialog-ZeitSchrift, Wien-Freiburg-Basel, year 2, no. 1, 14-23.

"On the Future of Relations Between the Sexes," International Social Science Journal, Paris, vol.21, no.4, 1969, 535-544.

"Ist Marxismus eine sakularisierte Heilslehre?" Tagebuch, Vienna, July-August 1968, 9-10.

"The Two Myths of Technology," The New Hungarian Quarterly, Budapest, vo1.9, no.30, Summer 1968, 135-142.

"Esquisse de la structure de la vie quotidienne," Archives Europeenes de Sociologie, Parise VIII, 1967, 35-44.

"L'Esthetique de Gyorgy Lukacs," Nouvelles Etudes hongroises, 1967, 61-72. (Reprintd in L'Homme et la societe, Paris, July-August 1968, no. 9, 221-231).

"Die Stellung der Ethik im Marxismus," Praxis, Zagreb, no.2, 1967, 244-252.

"Der Einzelne und die Gemeinschaft," Europagesprach, Vienna, Winer Schriften, Verlag fur Jugend and Vol, 1966, 127-143. (Reprinted as "Individuum and Gesellschaft," in Club Voltaire, Jahrbuch fur kritische Aufklarung, Munich, Sczesny Verlag, 1967, 83-100. Also reprinted as "Individual and Community," Social Praxis, The Hague-Paris-Toronto, Vol. l, no. 1, 1973, 11-23).

"Wert and Geschichte," Praxis, Zagreb, nos. 1-2, 1966, 91-101.

"Die moralische Sendung des Philosophen," Festschrift zum achtzigsten Geburtstag von Georg Lukacs, Neuwied-Berlin, Luchterhand Verlag, 337-357.

"Shakespeare Our Contemporary (On Jan Kott's Book)," New Left Review, London, 1964, no.2, 21-28.

"Knowledge of Human Nature in Shakespearean Drama," The New Hungarian Quarterly, Budapest, vo1.5, no. 13, Spring 1964, 9-24. (Reprinted in The Marxist Quarterly, Toronto, no. 10, Summer 1964, 46-63).

"Hegelowska filozofia gziejow a rosyjscy revolucyjni demokraci," Studia Filozoficzne, Warsaw, 1957, no. 8, 113-142.

 

   
   
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