Adorno


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Adorno

(German aˈdɔrno)
n
(Biography) Theodor Wiesengrund. 1903–69, German philosopher, sociologist, and music critic. His writings include The Philosophy of the New Music (1949) and Negative Dialectics (1966)
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176th Street in the Bronx, the building super, identified as Jose Adorno, harassed him with gay-bashing slurs for months before becoming violent with him and his stepfather.
1) Ironically enough, there was a similar reaction towards Adorno coming this time from intellectuals themselves denouncing, on the contrary, the tiresome Hegelian and Marxist legacy spread all over his texts.
Adorno para mostrar que su filosofia no solo ocupa un espacio en el terreno de esas criticas, sino que tambien guarda cierto caracter particular que la distingue de ellas.
The distinction Adorno makes between method and content can explode this impasse: 'I maintain that so-called methodological questions are themselves dependent upon questions of content.
Roberto Schwarz, em entrevista intitulada Sobre Adorno (2012), discute, a partir do intelectual alemao, a importancia e a atualidade da critica literaria como reflexao da forma artistica mediada pela realidade social e historica.
For the purposes of showing this, I engage critically with Adornos reading of Kafka, using Kafka's story "In the Penal Colony" to challenge Adorno's analysis.
Theodor Adorno with (and against) Jacques Lacan: A Reflection on the Meeting of Two Aesthetics
WHEN THEODOR ADORNO WENT TO THE CINEMA HE WAS NOT JUST IN HOLLYWOOD
Kierkegaard's Indirect Politics: Interludes with Luk[sz]cs, Schmitt, Benjamin and Adorno
On Werbeck's account, Adorno gained "the ascendancy over a Strauss interpretation oscillating between fascination and damnation" with his essay published on the occasion of the centenary of Strauss' birth in 1964.
In the hotel abyss; an Hegelian-Marxist critique of Adorno.