By Fabian Freyenhagen
Theodor W. Adorno encouraged a lot of Germany’s Nineteen Sixties scholar circulation, yet he got here more and more into clash with this flow concerning the functional implications of his serious conception. Others – together with his good friend and colleague Herbert Marcuse – additionally accused Adorno of a quietism that's politically objectionable and in contradiction together with his personal conception. listed here, I reconstruct, and partly protect, Adorno’s perspectives on thought and (political) praxis in Germany’s Nineteen Sixties in eleven theses. His frequently attacked and maligned stance throughout the Nineteen Sixties is predicated on his research of those ancient conditions. positioned provocatively, his stance is composed within the view that individuals within the Sixties have attempted to alter the realm, in a number of methods; the purpose – at the moment – used to be to interpret it.
This article was once initially conceived as a part of Adorno’s functional Philosophy and will be regarded as fundamental to it.
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