Ernst Bloch

Ernst Bloch (1885–1977) was a German Marxist philosopher known for his philosophical works on utopia and hope. His most famous work, 'The Principle of Hope,' explores human dreams, expectations, and aspirations, examining their significance in the struggle for social justice. Bloch's philosophy was influential in the development of Western Marxism and has impacted various fields, including cultural studies and theology.


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  1. 1. Track

    "Track" is a philosophical exploration of the concept of utopia and the human desire for a better future. The author argues that utopia is not a specific place or time, but a driving force in human consciousness that propels us forward. Throughout the book, he delves into various aspects of culture, philosophy, and politics to illustrate his points, suggesting that the longing for utopia is a fundamental part of human nature and a necessary component of any progressive social change.