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Who is Agnes Heller?
Agnes Heller a.k.a. Ágnes Heller is a Hungarian philosopher.
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Unbuilding Jerusalem (1993)
Apocalypse and Romantic Representation by Steven Goldsmith
Agnes Heller is an eloquent speaker on this front: "Formal democracy leaves open and undecided the problem of the concrete structure of society. It is formal for precisely that reason. When Ho Chi Minh stated that socialism APOCALYPSE ...
by George Ritzer
Agnes Heller was born in Budapest, Hungary, in 1929 and is a member of the Budapest School, a loosely connected group of...
by Gregory Claeys
this current in Eastern European Marxism gradually gave way to the intellectual phenomenon of dissent, spearheaded by personalities such as Václav Havel, Adam Michnik, Agnes Heller, or Miklós Haraszti.
by David Coghlan, Mary Brydon-Miller
Manfred Max-Neef, Agnes Heller, Marja Liisa Swantz, Rajesh Tandon, Robert Chambers, Robert L. Flood, Robin McTaggart, Ted Jackson, Rodolfo Stavenhagen, Anibal Quijano, Peter Reason, Budd Hall, Anisur Rahman, Eduardo Galeano.
by Dale Southerton
Feher, Ferenc, Agnes Heller, and Gyorgy Markus. Dictatorship over Needs: An Analysis of ...
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