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Early modernist dialectics? T. E. Hulme's 'Romanticism & Classicism'

It’s long overdue, but I’m reading T. E. Hulme’s essay ‘Romanticism and Classicism‘ (1911). I’ve only had time for a fairly cursory reading, but I wanted to record a few thoughts. 889 more words


Personalizar muebles con pequeños detalles

Hola a todos!
Hoy os traigo algo muy sencillo pero que sirve para personalizar un mueble. En este caso es un mueble de baño, muy básico, blanco completamente. 75 more words

Adorno and the Aphorism

Adorno and the Aphorism

The aphorism is perhaps the most misunderstood of all philosophical forms; in fact, one might be tempted to consider it not as Philosophy, but Literature. 25,920 more words

Adorno: Critical Theorist or Based God?

Around this time every year, as the weather warms and the burden of spring classes starts to take its toll, the bougy and largely complacent population of my small liberal arts college finds a socially charged catalyst to ignite a campus-wide discussion on “uncomfortable” topics. 1,301 more words


Transformative Question

Hi, Gang!

Here’s a transformative question, prompted by Adorno’s statement at the beginning of Negative Dialectics that “Utopia is blocked off by possibility, never by immediate reality (57)”: … 11 more words