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When reading Theodor Adorno's Minima Moralia, I've found it useful to bear in mind a specific metaphor or ideal-type. Read morePublished 3 months ago by not a natural
Adorno was elevated to the position of sage by a few prominent American intellectuals, Susan Sontag most famously, and anyone who takes this seriously deserves to be sent to a... Read morePublished 7 months ago by reading man
This is a reprint of E. F. N. Jephcott's 1970s English translation of Adorno's German language Minima Moralia text. Read morePublished 22 months ago by William D. Fusfield
We're living a 'damaged life' because (among other things) we're too busy pretending to be busy.
This is what Adorno means by 'pseudo-activity';--and it's refreshing to... Read more
Theodor Adorno's late theoretical masterwork is called *Negative Dialectics*, but these earlier aphoristical comments on war and fascism might have been titled *Negative... Read morePublished on February 14, 2013 by Jeffrey Rubard
For a long time, I'd wanted to read "Minima Moralia." I knew it would be a daunting task. And, it was.
But, it was worth the time and the increased folds in my brow. Read more
I tried reading this in college and I definitely wasn't ready for it then. At first Adorno seems like little more than an unapologetically condescending snob, but as I worked into... Read morePublished on March 27, 2012 by jafrank