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Nevertheless, Eros and Civilization and his later books, were almost the only significant works of the 1950s and 1960s that embodied the substantive ideals of critical theory and that articulated any deepening of the Marxist humanist account of culture. The Legacy of Marxist Humanism While the critical theorists were first developing their ideas, other Marxists were also setting out related ideas, though none of these achieved the impact enjoyed by those of the Frankfurt theorists. Henri Lefebvre’s work Dialectical Materialism (Lefebvre, 1934–35) was poised somewhere between Lukács and Horkheimer.

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