The writings of the thinkers associated with the Frankfurt Institute for Social Research, the so-called Frankfurt School, speak more directly to us, at the dawn of a new century, than ever before. This collection includes an introduction by Wolfgang Schirmacher (tr. Virginia Cutrufelli), key writings by Max Horkheimer, an essay on Theodor W. Adorno by Martin Hielscher (tr. Daniel Theisen), an important selection by Horkheimer and Adorno (tr. John Cumming), as well as works by Walter Benjamin (tr. Harry Zohn), Leo Löwenthal, Herbert Marcuse (tr. Jeremy J. Shapiro), Norbert Elias, and Jürgen Habermas (tr. Frederick G. Lawrence).
Source: Editors announcement