Walter Benjamin and the Antinomies of Tradition

Walter Benjamin and the Antinomies of Tradition

John McCole
  • Honorable Mention, Morris D. Forkosch Prize (Journal of the History of Ideas)
Selected for honorable mention for the Morris D. Forkosch Prize in intellectual history, awarded annually by the Journal of the History of Ideas

"This sophisticated yet reader-friendly study represents a significant advance in American criticism on Walter Benjamin. . . . I endorse Irving Wohlfarth's statement that this is 'the best book-length study of Benjamin yet to have appeared in English' and enthusiastically recommend it to novice and devotee alike."—Philosophy and Literature

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History : History / Intellectual
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