Ágnes Heller is a Hungarian philosopher and Hannah Arendt Visiting Professor at the New School for Social Research in New York. An author of two dozen books, she is one of the most prominent members of the ‘Budapest School’. Her work explores, among other things, aesthetic theory, the nature of modernity, and the ethics of responsibility.
University has not always been the unwieldy bureaucratic machine that it is now. From the end of the eighteenth century onwards, European gymnasiums and universities were supposed to establish norms … Read More