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Reason and Revolution: Hegel and the Rise of Social Theory is a 1941 book by Herbert Marcuse. It discusses the social and political ideas of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, and also contains an account of Karl Marx's notion of labour.

Scholarly reception

The work was praised by Erich Fromm, who called it "brilliant and penetrating", and recommended it for its discussion of the philosophical basis of Marx's thought.

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