Letters, 1942-1946, to Lewis Mumford.


Mannheim, Karl, 1893-1947. Letters, 1942-1946, to Lewis Mumford.

Letters, 1942-1946, to Lewis Mumford.

Correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Karl Mannheim, Editor, International Library of Sociology and Social Reconstruction (Routledge & Kegan Paul).

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Mannheim, Karl, 1893-1947

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Karl Mannheim (1893-1947), an Austro-Hungarian sociologist and historian, born and educated in Hungary, and originator of 'sociology of knowledge' study of science as a social organization, work on problems of leadership and consensus. A member of the Lukacs circle in Hungary, he taught at Heidelberg, 1926-30; Frankfurt am Main,1930-33; and the University of London, 1933-47. His publications include Ideology and Utopia, 1929 and Freedom, Power, and Democratic Planning, 1950. In his ...