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Lukács on Subjectivity and History (Introduced Through Nietzsche)

  • Barry StockerEmail author
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Abstract

The chapter begins with what Nietzsche contributes to the philosophy of his novel through his remarks on Stendhal and Dostoevsky, along with his view of how the novel emerges from the death of tragedy in antiquity. These thoughts are considered as what opens the way for Lukács. Lukács is mostly considered for his Romantic work on the novel, though his Marxist phase is also considered. His view of the novel as a fall from epic unity between individual, and the world is emphasised along with other historical aspects.

Keywords

Georg lukács Friedrich Nietzsche Stendhal Fyodor dostoevsky Romantic Marxist Epic 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Istanbul Technical UniversityIstanbulTurkey

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