Ágnes Heller: A Radical Thinker
Ágnes Heller was a militant thinker, a thinker with an eye focused on the great historical processes but also involved in practical contingencies: with a constant, never neglected, critical vision on forms of society and levels of power. Political thought, therefore, in the fullest and most complex sense of the word taken down to its root.
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Heller, Á. (2018). Filosofia radicale. Castelvecchi: Roma
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