As this century nears an end, it has become increasingly clear that Georg Lukács is one of the most talented intellectuals of our time, not only in the Marxist tradition, but in general. Lukács' name is well-known, and his views are increasingly attracting attention; but it cannot be said that his thought has so far been widely studied, or that it has been studied to the degree its place in the Marxist tradition warrants or its intrinsic interest demands.
Full citation [Harvard style]:
Rockmore, T. (1988)., Introduction, in T. Rockmore (ed.), Lukács today, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 1-12.
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