The Adorno reader / edited by Brian O'Connor.

By: Adorno, Theodor W, 1903-1969
Contributor(s): O'Connor, Brian, 1965-
Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Original language: German Series: Blackwell readersPublisher: Oxford, UK ; Malden, Mass. : Blackwell, c2000Description: ix, 368 p. ; 24 cmISBN: 9780631210764; 9780631210771; 0631210768 (alk. paper); 0631210776 (pbk. : alk. paper)Uniform titles: Works. Subject(s): Philosophy | Sociology | CriticismDDC classification: 193 LOC classification: B3199 | .A31 2000Online resources: WorldCat details
Contents:
Table of contents Pt. I. The Task of Philosophy. 1. The Actuality of Philosophy. 2. Why Philosophy? 3. Negative Dialectics and the Possibility of Philosophy. 4. The Melancholy Science. 5. Meditations of Metaphysics: After Auschwitz -- Pt. II. The Concepts of Philosophy. 6. The Essay as Form. 7. Metacritique of Epistemology. 8. Subject and Object -- Pt. III. Sociology. 9. The Concept of Enlightenment. 10. Sociology and Empirical Research -- Pt. IV. Art, Culture and Society. 11. Cultural Criticism and Society. 12. Lyric Poetry and Society. 13. Culture Industry Reconsidered. 14. The Autonomy of Art -- Pt. V. Criticism. 15. The Perennial Fashion -- Jazz. 16. Arnold Schoenberg, 1874-1951. 17. Alienated Masterpiece: The Missa Solemnis.
Summary: Summary: This text divides the work into five major sections: the task of philosophy, the concepts of philosophy, sociological writings, culture, and aesthetic criticism.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Table of contents Pt. I. The Task of Philosophy. 1. The Actuality of Philosophy. 2. Why Philosophy? 3. Negative Dialectics and the Possibility of Philosophy. 4. The Melancholy Science. 5. Meditations of Metaphysics: After Auschwitz --
Pt. II. The Concepts of Philosophy. 6. The Essay as Form. 7. Metacritique of Epistemology. 8. Subject and Object --
Pt. III. Sociology. 9. The Concept of Enlightenment. 10. Sociology and Empirical Research --
Pt. IV. Art, Culture and Society. 11. Cultural Criticism and Society. 12. Lyric Poetry and Society. 13. Culture Industry Reconsidered. 14. The Autonomy of Art --
Pt. V. Criticism. 15. The Perennial Fashion --
Jazz. 16. Arnold Schoenberg, 1874-1951. 17. Alienated Masterpiece: The Missa Solemnis.

Summary:
This text divides the work into five major sections: the task of philosophy, the concepts of philosophy, sociological writings, culture, and aesthetic criticism.

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