Raymond Geuss

Raymond Geuss (; born 1946), Emeritus Professor in the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Cambridge, is a political philosopher and scholar of 19th and 20th century European philosophy. Geuss is primarily known for three reasons: his early account of ideology critique in ''The Idea of a Critical Theory''; a recent collection of works instrumental to the emergence of Political Realism in Anglophone political philosophy over the last decade, including ''Philosophy and Real Politics''; and a variety of free-standing essays on issues including aesthetics, Nietzsche, contextualism, phenomenology, intellectual history, culture and ancient philosophy. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Geuss, Raymond.
Published 2014
...Geuss, Raymond. Essays. Selections. World without why...
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by Geuss, Raymond.
Published 2010
...Geuss, Raymond. Politics and the imagination....
Book Electronic
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