Georg Lukács never wrote a separate political philosophy and we cannot even derive any Marxist political theory from his late works. Nevertheless it does not mean that we could not recognize in these works the peculiarly Lukácsian view of political philosophy. In this essay the author tries to reconstruct the architecture of his political ideas in terms of Stalinism and democracy. Therefore he shall discuss his 'political testament' of late sixties
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