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Ágnes Heller is a Hungarian philosopher. A prominent Marxist thinker at first, she moved onto a liberal, social-democratic position later in her career. Dr. Heller was the student of Georg Lukacs and a prominent member of the Budapest School until she went into exile in 1977 after many waves of political persecution. Since 1986 she has taught at the New School for Social Research in New York City and currently holds the post of Hannah Arendt Visiting Professor of Philosophy and Political Science. Dr. Heller has published widely on a number of subjects in Philosophy of History, Political Science and Ethics, and is the recipient of numerous awards for her writings and service to education and society. Her more recent work has been concerned with aesthetics.