Ideas from 'works' by Max Horkheimer [1950], by Theme Structure

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1. Philosophy / H. Continental Philosophy / 5. Critical Theory
Horkheimer's critical theory was interdisciplinary, and aware of its own context and function
                        Full Idea: Horkheimer was chiefly responsible for developing 'critical theory' during the 1930s. ...It was interdisciplinary, reflective, dialectical, and critical. It reflected on the social context that gave rise to it, and its own function within that society.
                        From: report of Max Horkheimer (works [1950]) by James Gordon Finlayson - Habermas Ch.1:02