Eclipse of Reason is a book published in 1947, by Max Horkheimer. The authorRelated image discusses how the Nazis were able to project their agenda as “reasonable”,[1][2] but also identifies the Pragmatism of John Dewey as problematic, due to his emphasis on the instrumental dimension of reasoning.

It is broken into five sections: Means and Ends, Conflicting Panaceas, The Revolt of Nature, The Rise and Decline of the Individual and On the Concept of Philosophy [3] and deals with the concept of reason within the history of western philosophy.[4]

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