Lev Kreft

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Lev Kreft
Born 1951
Ljubljana, Socialist Republic of Slovenia
Era 20th century
Region Slovenia
School Marxism, Frankfurt school, postmodernism
Main interests
Aesthetics, Cultural philosophy, Political philosophy, Social philosophy, Ethics, Cultural sociology

Lev Kreft (born 15 September 1951) is a Slovenian politician, former Member of Parliament, editor, philosopher and sociologist.


He was elected into the first Parliament of the Republic of Slovenia in 1992 and acted as Vice President of Parliament during that term.

He has lectured at the following institutions:

He co-founded the Forum 21 movement in 2004.[1]

His father was the Slovene playwright Bratko Kreft.


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