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Journal of college of Law for Legal and Political Sciences,
2022, Volume 11, Issue issue 40 part 2, Pages 510-564
AbstractContemporary German Dialectical Critical Theory: Origins and Thinkers This research, within the framework of two chapters, touched on the philosophical roots and the intellectual, historical, and mental origins from which the dialectical critical theory emerged, or what is known as the Frankfurt School of. These origins extend to the German philosophical heritage, especially the ideas of Kant and Hegel, in addition to the clear impact of Marxism on the intellectual construction of theory. As well as the German social philosophies represented by Max Weber, as well as Freud's psychoanalytic philosophy, And the philosophical premises that theoretical thinkers inspired by Lukacs, Karl Korsch and Ernst Bloch. The research also touched on the most important thinkers of the school, who were distributed among three successive generations, perhaps the most prominent of them are: Horkheimer, Adorno, Marcuse, and Erich Fromm, in the first generation, and Habermas, the representative of the second generation, while the third generation is represented by Axel Honneth.
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