We call on the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, and its library to reverse the decision to close the Georg Lukács Archives.
Tamás discusses Lukács' philosophy and the attack on his legacy in Orbán's Hungary.
Stuart Jeffries presents a timeline from 1881–2004, threading the lives of leading Frankfurt School thinkers through the major events of the times in which they lived.
Galvano Della Volpe's consideration of literary realism after Engels' famous remarks on Balzac and Lenin's on Tolstoy.
Lukács discusses his experiences during the years of World War I, the Russian Revolution, and the short-lived Hungarian Soviet Republic, for which he served as the People's Commissar for Education and Culture.