Theodor W. Adorno Quote

The work of art still has something in common with enchantment: it posits its own, self-enclosed area, which is withdrawn from the context of profane existence, and in which special laws apply.


Dialectic of Enlightenment (ed. Verso, 1997) - ISBN: 9781859841549

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The work of art still has something in common with enchantment: it posits its own, self-enclosed area, which is withdrawn from the context of profane ...

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The work of art still has something in common with enchantment: it posits its own, self-enclosed area, which is withdrawn from the context of profane ...

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The work of art still has something in common with enchantment: it posits its own, self-enclosed area, which is withdrawn from the context of profane ...

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The work of art still has something in common with enchantment: it posits its own, self-enclosed area, which is withdrawn from the context of profane ...