The Origins of Critical Theory: An Interview with Leo Lowenthal

@article{Dubiel1981TheOO,
  title={The Origins of Critical Theory: An Interview with Leo Lowenthal},
  author={H. Dubiel},
  journal={Telos},
  year={1981},
  volume={1981},
  pages={141 - 154}
}
Dubiel: “Can you tell me something about the early history of the Institute for Social Research, that is, since the time you worked at the institute? The earliest history of the institute, its formation in 1924, the history prior to its founding and the first two years of its existence have been described and documented in Paul Kluke's book Stiftungsuniversität Frankfurt am Main. Jay too deals with this period and thus we need not refer to it. So, tell us about the time you were at the… Expand
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