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    In a world where the geist is pure evil and the Fasshou System lurks right around the corner two unlikely German Jew friends dare to frighten enlightenment mythology back into its box.This summer.DIALECTICOFENLIGHTENMENT

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    The enlightenment wasn t all that You think science replaced magic and religion Not so fast Isn t science, at a certain point, based on faith just as much as religion Horkdorno Horkheimer and Adorno views the achievements of the enlightenment with a gimlet eye, refusing to accept that a forward movement in history equates to positive progress You can just as easily move forward while descending If you believe in progress, concomitantly, you must believe in decline Many of the things that are generally accepted to be advances, both technological and cultural, in modern society actually threaten the liberty of the individual.There s a scene in Deadwood where Swearengen and someone else are watching the construction of telegraph lines in the distance Rather than embracing the new technology, they express a deep fear of what it might bring As they are trying to build a community violent and chaotic though it may be this new technology threatens the the very basis of that community one on one human contact The technology effaces the individual.If this is the outcome of the advances of the enlightenment, then doesn t it contradict the very ideas of individual freedom that the enlightenment was based on These are the dangers and fears with which Horkdorno grappled.

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    Three things I love here, above all else a the collaboration, and the refusal to disentangle themselves from it when others demanded that Horkorno coalesce into two identities of course reminds me of Deleuze and Guattari, but, for a medievalist, also Marty Shichtman and Laurie Finke b the refusal to update the text to reflect the current moment in this insistence on preserving the text as an intervention into a particular historical moment, Adorneimer refuse to pretend to speak from a position of atemporality We do not stand by everything we said in the book in its original form That would be incompatible with a theory which attributes a temporal core to truth this helps account for the problems with their famous Culture Industry chapter, which, even before the New Media, could have grappled with, for example, samizdat c the antisemitism essay, and here, I m totally annoyed with Zizek, Republics of Gilead, and so on, for not doing our thinkers the honor of acknowledging that in many ways, they got there first But I suppose in honoring the Frankfurt school, SZ would accidentally honor Habermasor he s just plain sloppy.A favorite passage What many individual things have in common, or what constantly recurs in one individual thing, needs not be stable, eternal, or deep than the particular The scale of categories is not the same as that of significance.The world is unique The mere repetition in speech of moments which occur again and again in the same form bears resemblance to a futile, compulsive litany than to the redeeming world Classification is a condition of knowledge, not knowledge itself, and knowledge in turn dissolves classification 182.Overall, given my current interests for readers of the blog, see my stuff on Shakespeare The Phoenix and Turtle this critique of Reason is perfect.

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    Nesumnjivo najva niji filozofski tekst 20 veka Obrni okreni, primenljivo na sve Napisano nakon to su nacisti rasterali frankfurtovce, Adorno i Hokhajmer pi u o nevoljama sa razumom, o tome kako nas je prosvetiteljstvo oslobodilo mitova samo da bismo upali u maglu drugih mitova, o tome kako je kurta sjahala da bi uzjahala murta i kako kulturna industrija punom parom stvara la nu svest o svetu oko nas zasnovanu na izobli enjima Plus, nedovoljno se govori koliko je Dijalektika prosvjetiteljstva formalno i estetski superioran tekst, koji je i odbojan i fascinatan, poput nekog brutalisti kog stambenog bloka preto enog u re enice i pasuse.

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    Completely overrated I m shocked this book has had the influence it s had It is bombastic and tendentious, a completely one sided abstract view of the Englightenment and its implications with consequences that Adorno himself recoiled from in 1968 And all his philosophical reflections on nature and myth are nothing but Central European rubbish without meaning or sense nonsense , as Wittgenstein would say Very disappointing.

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    The most poorly written, ego maniacal, self important, masturbatory piece of shit that I have ever read Horkheimer and Adorno If you were alive, I would punch you both in the testicles.

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    Proof that nothing gets pseudo intellectuals salivating quickly than non sensical rants.

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