Ágnes Heller is a philosopher, Professor Emerita at the Department of Aesthetics of ELTE and Hannah Arendt Visiting Professor of Philosophy and Political Science at The New School in New York. She has been awarded the Hannah Arendt Prize for Political Philosophy, the Szechenyi National Prize in Hungary, the Sonning Prize, and the Goethe Medal. Her current research focuses on ethics, existentialism and political philosophy, in particular on the works of Hegel, Marx, Lukács.
Immortal Comedy: The Comic Phenomenon in Art, Literature, and Life (forthcoming) The Concept of the Beautiful (forthcoming) The Time Is Out of Joint: Shakespeare as Philosopher of History (2002) A Theory of Modernity (1999) An Ethics of Personality (1996) General Ethics (1988) Beyond Justice (1987) The Power of Shame (1986) Radical Philosophy (1984) Everyday Life (1984) Luk’cs Revalued (editor, 1983) A Theory of History (1982) A Theory of Feelings (1979) Renaissance Man (1978) The Theory of Needs in Marx (1976)
Institute for Art Theory and Media Studies
Department of Aesthetics
Eötvös Loránd University
Mail: Múzeum krt. 6-8., 1088 Budapest, Hungary