Max Horkheimer Quote

Men have been released from [concentration] camps who have taken over the jargon of their jailers and with cold reason and mad consent (the price, as it were, of their survival) tell their story as if it could not have been otherwise than it was, contending that they have not been treated so badly after all.


p. 45. - "The End of Reason" (1941)

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Men have been released from [concentration] camps who have taken over the jargon of their jailers and with cold reason and mad consent (the price, as ...

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Men have been released from [concentration] camps who have taken over the jargon of their jailers and with cold reason and mad consent (the price, as ...

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Men have been released from [concentration] camps who have taken over the jargon of their jailers and with cold reason and mad consent (the price, as ...

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Men have been released from [concentration] camps who have taken over the jargon of their jailers and with cold reason and mad consent (the price, as ...