By Herbert Marcuse
This was once Herbert Marcuse's first ebook on Hegel, written within the early Nineteen Thirties. It offers a nonetheless unequaled Heideggerian interpreting of Hegel's proposal that seeks the defining features of "historicity" - expressing a practice referred to as "phenomenological Marxism," as a result represented through Jean Paul Sartre, between others. The publication is critical either for figuring out Marcuse's philosophical dating to Heidegger and for illuminating his unique and artistic interpreting of Hegel and his Hegelian model of severe Marxism.
Hegel's Ontology and the idea of Historicity is incorporated within the sequence stories in modern German Social suggestion, edited through Thomas McCarthy