Theodor W. Adorno Quote

In the products of the culture industry human beings get into trouble only so that they can be rescued unharmed, usually by representatives of a benevolent collective; and then, in illusory harmony, they are reconciled with the general interest whose demands they had initially experienced as irreconcilable with their own.


Section 14 - Culture Industry Reconsidered (1963)

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In the products of the culture industry human beings get into trouble only so that they can be rescued unharmed, usually by representatives of a...

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In the products of the culture industry human beings get into trouble only so that they can be rescued unharmed, usually by representatives of a...

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In the products of the culture industry human beings get into trouble only so that they can be rescued unharmed, usually by representatives of a...

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In the products of the culture industry human beings get into trouble only so that they can be rescued unharmed, usually by representatives of a...