Max Horkheimer Quote

The new order contradicts reason so fundamentally that reason does not dare to doubt it. Even the consciousness of oppression fades. The more incommensurate become the concentration of power and the helplessness of the individual, the more difficult for him to penetrate the human origin of his misery.


p. 44. - "The End of Reason" (1941)

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The new order contradicts reason so fundamentally that reason does not dare to doubt it. Even the consciousness of oppression fades. The more...

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The new order contradicts reason so fundamentally that reason does not dare to doubt it. Even the consciousness of oppression fades. The more...

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The new order contradicts reason so fundamentally that reason does not dare to doubt it. Even the consciousness of oppression fades. The more...

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The new order contradicts reason so fundamentally that reason does not dare to doubt it. Even the consciousness of oppression fades. The more...