New York: Dell Publishing Co., Inc., 1975.
Paperback. 8" X 5 1/4". x, 438pp. Wear to pictorial paper wraps with rubbing and toning to covers, corners, and edges. Creasing and sunning to spine. Dust-spotting to edges of text block. Age-toning and slight musty smell to pages. Pages are free of marks and notation. Binding is sound.
ABOUT THIS BOOK:
Hegel, Kierkegaard, Marx is a lucid, penetrating analysis of the works of three great philosophers whose influence opon the 20th century has been momentous. Dissimilar in personality, these focal figures nonetheless all saw their world as crumbling. This shared recognition of the breakdown of society and the urge each of them felt to remedy the situation resulted in prophetic attempts to anticipate the historical processes of the future, and each of them hit upon the dialectical method as the means for effecting the result he sought, although each had his own version of that method which produced revolutions, in act as well as thought.(Publisher). Good. Item #9515