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Critical Theory
Critical theory
  • An historical perspective on developments and contradictions in society but at the same time an independent position towards any doctrine, including Marxism.
  • The insaneness of society and the need for radical, emancipatory, change.
  • The analysis of existing society itself is part of that society and thereby requires self-reflection.
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