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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Theodor W Adorno (1903 - 1969) was a German philosopher who is known for his 'critical theory of society'.
Other topics include lack and concept: on Hegelian motives in Badiou, the torsion of Idealism, the question concerning technology: Badiou versus Heidegger, whether a philosopher can have dirty hands: what Adorno has to say about Badiou, and form and affect: artistic truth in Adorno and Badiou.
Theodor Adorno e Max Horkheimer integraram o referido Instituto de Pesquisa e escreveram a Dialetica do esclarecimento, que consiste em uma das obras mais emblematicas da critica a racionalidade burguesa.
A handout photo of the Adorno Quartet performing on stage.
I do so through a consideration of the critique of Enlightenment reason offered by Max Horkheimer and Theodor Adorno that holds that thought contracted to simply a tool that systemizes what is immediately to hand.
Adorno (1903-1969) was a prominent member of the Frankfurt School, was one of the most influential thinkers of the 20th century in the areas of social theory, philosophy and aesthetics.