Adorno as Dialectician Aphorism Summary

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Adorno as Dialectician Aphorism Summary
As requested, the following is brief summary of the selected aphorisms.
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The traditional form of housing is in the past. No longer is the house anything approaching a home, but instead something that reflects a capitalist and soulless industrial society.
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There is no longer anything human in social interaction. The way that one person greets another is comparable to one person greeting a thing, an object – and not another human.
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It is not effective to state, simply, that, material interests are separate from culture. Culture is far too complex – existing both inside and outside of material interests.
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The individual and the group are very close together. When the individual is caught up in a...
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.....ts a middle ground in many of his philosophical positions is to go a significant way in understanding those philosophical positions.
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