Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Georg [György] Lukács" by Titus Stahl

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Biographies

The only English-language biography of Lukács is Kadarkay, A., 1991, Georg Lukács. Life, Thought, and Politics, Cambridge, MA: Blackwell. In German, there is an extended autobiographical interview in Lukács, G., 1980, Gelebtes Denken, Frankfurt a.M.: Suhrkamp, and a collection of photographs and original sources in Raddatz, F., 1972, Georg Lukács in Selbstzeugnissen und Bilddokumenten, Reinbek: Rowohlt, 1972.

Primary Sources

Collected Works

There is no complete edition of Lukács' works in English. The most accessible collection is the (incomplete) German edition of his works:

Lukács, G., 1968–1981, Gesammelte Werke, Darmstadt: Luchterhand (cited as GW).

Cited Primary Sources

Below there is a list of the bibliographical entries for the works of Lukács that are cited in the main article. English translations are cited where available. If no translation is available, I cited Gesammelte Werke. In the remaining cases, I cited the original publication. Sources are listed by original publication date.

  • 1908, “On the Romantic Philosophy of Life. Novalis,” in Soul and Form, A. Bostock (trans.), Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1971, pp. 42–54. (Scholar)
  • 1909, The Sociology of Modern Drama, Oshkosh, WI: Green Mountain Editions, 1965 (A chapter from Lukács' dissertation which is published in its entirety in GW 15).
  • 1910a, “The Bourgeois Way of Life and Art for Art's Sake. Theodor Storm,” in Soul and Form, A. Bostock (trans.), Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1971, pp. 55–78. (Scholar)
  • 1910b, “The Metaphysics of Tragedy. Paul Ernst,” in Soul and Form, A. Bostock (trans.), Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1971, pp. 152–174. (Scholar)
  • 1910c, “The Foundering of Form against Life. Sören Kierkegaard and Regine Olsen,” in Soul and Form, A. Bostock (trans.), Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1971, pp. 28–41. (Scholar)
  • 1911a, “On the Nature and Form of the Essay,” in Soul and Form, A. Bostock (trans.), Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1971, pp. 1–18. (Scholar)
  • 1911b, “On Poverty of Spirit,” in The Lukács Reader, A. Kadarkay (ed.), Cambridge, MA: Blackwell, 1995, pp. 42–56. (Scholar)
  • 1916, The Theory of the Novel, A. Bostock (trans.), London: Merlin, 1971.
  • 1918, “Bolshevism as an Ethical Problem,” in The Lukács Reader, A. Kadarkay (ed.), Cambridge, MA: Blackwell, 1995, pp. 216–221. (Scholar)
  • 1919a, “Tactics and Ethics,” in Tactics and Ethics, Political Writings 1919–1929, R. Livingstone (ed.), London: NLB, 1972, pp. 3–11. (Scholar)
  • 1919b, “What is Orthodox Marxism?,” in History and Class Consciousness, R. Livingstone (trans.), Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1971, pp. 1–26. (Scholar)
  • 1920a, “Class Consciousness,” in History and Class Consciousness, R. Livingstone (trans.), Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1971, pp. 46–82. (Scholar)
  • 1920b, “The Moral Mission of the Communist Party,” in Tactics and Ethics, Political Writings 1919–1929, R. Livingstone (ed.), London: NLB, 1972, pp. 64–70. (Scholar)
  • 1921, “The Marxism of Rosa Luxemburg,” in History and Class Consciousness, R. Livingstone (trans.), Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1971, pp. 27–45. (Scholar)
  • 1923a, “Reification and the Consciousness of the Proletariat,” in History and Class Consciousness, Rodney Livingstone (trans.), Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1971, pp. 83–222. (Scholar)
  • 1923b, “Towards a Methodology of the Problem of Organisation,” in History and Class Consciousness, R. Livingstone (trans.), Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1971, pp. 294–342. (Scholar)
  • 1924, Lenin: A Study on the Unity of his Thought, Nicholas Jacobs (trans.), Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1971.
  • 1925a, A Defence of History and Class Consciousness: Tailism and the Dialectics, S. Žižek (ed.) and E. Leslie (trans.), London: Verso, 2000.
  • 1925b, “The New Edition of Lasalle's Letters,” in Tactics and Ethics, Political Writings 1919–1929, R. Livingstone (ed.), London: NLB, 1972, pp. 147–177. (Scholar)
  • 1926, “Moses Hess and the Problems of Idealist Dialectics,” in Tactics and Ethics, Political Writings 1919–1929, R. Livingstone (ed.), London: NLB, 1972, pp. 181–223. (Scholar)
  • 1928, “Blum Theses,” in Tactics and Ethics, Political Writings 1919–1929, R. Livingstone (ed.), London: NLB, 1972, pp. 227–253. (Scholar)
  • 1933a, Wie ist die faschistische Philosophie in Deutschland entstanden?, L. Sziklai (ed.), Budapest: Akadémiai Kiad, 1982.
  • 1933b, “Mein Weg zu Marx,” Internationale Literatur, No. 2, 185–187 (reprinted in Schriften zur Ideologie und Politik, Neuwied: Luchterhand, 1967, 323–329). (Scholar)
  • 1938, “Realism in the Balance,” in The Norton Anthology of Theory and Criticism, V. B. Leitch (ed.), New York: Norton, 2001, pp. 1033–1058. (Scholar)
  • 1948, The Young Hegel, R. Livingstone (trans.), London: Merlin, 1975.
  • 1949, Thomas Mann, Aufbau: Berlin.
  • 1951, “Hegel's Aesthetics”, in Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal, 23 (2), 2002: 87–124. (Scholar)
  • 1954, The Destruction of Reason, London: Merlin, 1980.
  • 1955, The Historical Novel, London: Merlin, 1962.
  • 1957, “Postscriptum 1957 zu: Mein Weg zu Marx,” in Marxismus und Stalinismus. Politische Aufsätze. Ausgewählte Schriften IV, Reinbek: Rowohlt, 1970, pp. 161–171. (Scholar)
  • 1962, “Reflections on the Cult of Stalin,” in Survey, No. 47, 1963: 105–111. (Scholar)
  • 1967, “Preface to the New Edition,” in History and Class Consciousness, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1971, pp. ix–xl. (Scholar)
  • 1968, “The ‘Vienna Paper’: The Ontological Foundations of Human Thinking and Action,” in Lukács's Last Autocriticism: The Ontology, E. Joós, Atlantic Highlands, NJ: Humanities Press, 1982, pp. 135–148. (Scholar)
  • 1971a, Ontology of Social Being, Vol. 1: Hegel's False and his Genuine Ontology, D. Fernbach (trans.), London: Merlin, 1978 (see part III in GW 13).
  • 1971b, Ontology of Social Being, Vol. 2: Marx's Basic Ontological Principles, D. Fernbach (trans.), London: Merlin, 1978 (see part IV in GW 13).
  • 1971c, Ontology of Social Being, Vol. 3: Labour, D. Fernbach (trans.), London: Merlin, 1980 (see part I in GW 14).
  • 1981, Essays on Realism, R. Livingstone (trans.), Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Secondary Sources and Selected Literature

  • Adorno, T., 1973, Negative Dialectics, New York: Seabury Press. (Scholar)
  • –––, 1977, “Reconciliation under Duress,” in Aesthetics and Politics, F. Jameson (ed.), London: Verso, pp. 151–176. (Scholar)
  • –––, 1997, “Ad Lukács,” in Gesammelte Schriften, Vol. 20.1, Frankfurt a. M.: Suhrkamp, pp. 251–256. (Scholar)
  • Arato, A., and P. Breines, 1979, The Young Lukács and the Origins of Western Marxism, New York: Seabury. (Scholar)
  • Aronowitz, S., 2011, “Georg Lukács' Destruction of Reason,” in Georg Lukács Reconsidered. Critical Essays in Politics, Philosophy And Aesthetics, M. J. Thompson (ed.), London: Continuum, pp. 50–64. (Scholar)
  • Bernstein, J., 1984, The Philosophy of the Novel. Lukács, Marxism, and the Dialectic of Form, Brighton: Harvester Press. (Scholar)
  • Bewes, T., 2002, Reification. Or the Anxiety of Late Capitalism, New York: Verso. (Scholar)
  • –––, 2011, Georg Lukács: The Fundamental Dissonance of Existence, London: Continuum. (Scholar)
  • Bloch, E., 1923, “Aktualität und Utopie: Zu Lukács' Philosophie des Marxismus,” Der Neue Merkur, 7: 457–77. (Scholar)
  • Brecht, B., 1977, “Against Georg Lukács,” in Aesthetics and Politics, F. Jameson (ed.), London: Verso, pp. 68–85. (Scholar)
  • Butler, J., 2010, “Introduction,” in Soul and Form, J. Sanders, and K. Terezakis (eds.), New York: Columbia University Press, pp. 1–15. (Scholar)
  • Brunkhorst, H., and P. Krockenberger, 1998, “Paradigm-core and Theory-dynamics in Critical Social Theory: People and Programs,” Philosophy and Social Criticism, 24 (6): 67–110. (Scholar)
  • Chari, A., 2010, “Toward a Political Critique of Reification: Lukács, Honneth and the Aims of Critical Theory,” Philosophy and Social Criticism, 36: 587–606. (Scholar)
  • Congdon, L., 1983, The Young Lukács, Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press. (Scholar)
  • Dannemann, R., 1987, Das Prinzip Verdinglichung: Studie zur Philosophie Georg Lukács, Frankfurt a. M.: Sendler. (Scholar)
  • Deutscher, I., 1972, “Georg Lukács and ‘Critical Realism’,” in Marxism in our Time, London: Jonathan Cape, pp. 283–294. (Scholar)
  • Fehér, F., Á. Heller, G. Márkus, and M. Vajda, 1983, “Notes on Lukács' Ontology,” in Lukács Revalued, Á. Heller (ed.), Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 125–153. (Scholar)
  • Feenberg, A., 1981, Lukács, Marx and the Sources of Critical Theory, Totowa, NJ: Rowman and Littlefield. (Scholar)
  • –––, 1988, “The Question of Organization in the Early Marxist Work of Lukács. Technique or Praxis?,” in Lukács Today. Essays in Marxist Philosophy, T. Rockmore (ed.), Dordrecht: Reidel, pp. 126–156. (Scholar)
  • –––, 1998, “Dialektischer Konstruktivismus: Zur Aktualität von Lukács' Konzept der transformierenden Praxis,” in Lukács. Jahrbuch der Internationalen Georg-Lukács-Gesellschaft, 1998/99: 52–63. (Scholar)
  • –––, 2011, “Reification and its Critics,” in Georg Lukács Reconsidered. Critical Essays in Politics, Philosophy and Aesthetics, M. J. Thompson (ed.), London: Continuum, pp. 195–209. (Scholar)
  • Goldmann, L., 1977, Lukács and Heidegger. Towards a New Philosophy, London: Routledge. (Scholar)
  • Habermas, J., 1984, The Theory of Communicative Action, Vol. 1, T. McCarthy (trans.), Boston: Beacon Press. (Scholar)
  • Heller, Á., 1983, “Lukács's Later Philosophy,” in Lukács Revalued, Á. Heller (ed.), Oxford: Basil Blackwell, pp. 177–190. (Scholar)
  • Honneth, A., 2008, Reification: A New Look at an Old Idea, Oxford: Oxford University Press. (Scholar)
  • Jameson, F., 1971, Marxism and Form, Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. (Scholar)
  • –––, 2009, “History and Class Consciousness as an ‘Unfinished Project’,” Rethinking Marxism, 1 (1): 49–72. (Scholar)
  • Jay, M., 1984, Marxism and Totality: The Adventures of a Concept from Lukács to Habermas, Berkeley: University of California Press. (Scholar)
  • Joós, E., 1982, Lukács's Last Autocriticism: The Ontology, Atlantic Highlands, NJ: Humanities Press. (Scholar)
  • Kolakowski, L., 1978, The Main Currents of Marxism. Vol III: The Downfall, Oxford: Clarendon. (Scholar)
  • Lichtheim, G., 1970, Lukács, London: Collins. (Scholar)
  • Löwy, M., 1979, Georg Lukács—From Romanticism to Bolshevism, London: New Left Books. (Scholar)
  • –––, 2011, “Revolutionary Dialectics against ‘Tailism’: Lukács' Answer to the Criticisms of History and Class Consciousness,” in Georg Lukács Reconsidered. Critical Essays in Politics, Philosophy and Aesthetics, M. J. Thompson (ed.), London: Continuum, pp. 65–64. (Scholar)
  • Márkus, G., 1983, “Life and the Soul: the Young Lukács and the Problem of Culture,” in Lukács Revalued, Á. Heller (ed.), Oxford: Basil Blackwell, pp. 177–190. (Scholar)
  • Merleau-Ponty, M., 1973, Adventures of the Dialectic, Evanston: Northwestern University Press. (Scholar)
  • Mészáros, I., 1972, Lukács' Concept of Dialectic, London, Merlin. (Scholar)
  • Pike, D., 1988, “The Owl of Minerva: Reappraisals of Georg Lukács, East and West,” German Studies Review, 11 (2): 193–225. (Scholar)
  • –––, 1985, Lukács and Brecht, Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press. (Scholar)
  • Pitkin, H., 1987, “Re-thinking Reification,” Theory and Society, 16: 263–293. (Scholar)
  • Rockmore, T., 2001, “Lukács, Marxist Aesthetics and Truth,” Lukács. Jahrbuch der Internationalen Georg-Lukács-Gesellschaft, 2001: 139–159. (Scholar)
  • Schiller, H.-E., 2011, “Tod und Utopie: Ernst Bloch, Georg Lukács,” in Adorno-Handbuch, R. Klein, J. Kreuzer, and S. Müller-Doohm (eds.), Stuttgart: Metzler, pp. 25–34. (Scholar)
  • Stahl, T., 2011, “Verdinglichung als Pathologie zweiter Ordnung,” Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie, 59 (5): 731–746. (Scholar)
  • Tertullian, N., 1988, “Lukács' Ontology,” in Lukács Today. Essays in Marxist Philosophy, T. Rockmore (ed.), Dordrecht: Reidel, pp. 243–270. (Scholar)
  • Thompson, M., 2011, “Ontology and Totality: Reconstructing Lukács' Concept of Critical Theory,” in Georg Lukács Reconsidered. Critical Essays in Politics, Philosophy and Aesthetics, M. J. Thompson (ed.), London: Continuum, pp. 229–250. (Scholar)

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