Reason and Horror: Critical Theory, Democracy, and Aesthetic Individuality

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Psychology Press, 2001 - 348 pages
Morton Schoolman develops a fascinating and entirely new interpretation of the work of Horkenheimer and Adorno.

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Contents

REASON AND HORROR
1
PART 1
27
THREE DIALECTIC OF ENLIGHTENMENT AS
52
RECONCILIATION AND THE ALLIANCE BETWEEN KANT AND HEGEL OR HEGEL
106
AESTHETIC INDIVIDUALITY AND THE DESTRUCTION OF THE JEWS
114
THE AESTHETICS OF DARKNESS
120
REASON AND DARKNESS
130
A MUSIC WHOSE SOUL KNOWS HOW TO ROAM AND BE AT HOME AMONG
138
NIETZSCHES DREAM ADORNOS NIGHTMARE
144
EIGHT DEMOCRACY AS AN AESTHETIC FORM OF LIFE
231
NINE AESTHETIC INDIVIDUALITY AS
248
INDIVIDUALITY AFTER
300
THE MORAL AND THE AESTHETIC
307
INDEX
329
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Morton Schoolman is Professor of Political Science at SUNY Albany, and the author of The Imaginary Witness: The Critical Theory of Herbert Marcuse.

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