Eclipse of Reason (Horkheimer)

Eclipse of Reason is a 1947 book by Max Horkheimer, in which the author discusses how the Nazis were able to project their agenda as "reasonable",[1][2] but also identifies the pragmatism of John Dewey as problematic, due to his emphasis on the instrumental dimension of reasoning.

Eclipse of Reason
Cover of the first edition
AuthorMax Horkheimer
PublisherOxford University Press
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