Miklós Krassó (1930-1986) was a Hungarian philosophist, political scientist. He joined the Hungarian Communist Party when he was 15. He didn't graduate, but thanks to the well-known communist philosopher, György Lukács he could start his studies at the science university of Budapest. He learned philosophy and joined the circle of György Lukács. In November 1956 he emigrated to Vienna because he took part in the organization of the Worker's Council of Greater Budapest in the days of the Hungarian Revolution. He settled in England and studied at the University of Oxford. Krassó was a co-worker of the periodical 'New Left Review', he propagated the philosophy of English new-left thinkers. He wrote several studies about Marx, Trotsky and Marxist ideology. He died after his home burned out by an accident.
- Budapest, Hungary
- Pál, Zoltán