Theodor W. Adorno Quote

Traditional philosophy's claim to totality, culminating in the thesis that the real is rational, is indistinguishable from apologetics.


p. 7 - Wozu noch Philosophie? [Why still philosophy?] (1963)

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Traditional philosophy's claim to totality, culminating in the thesis that the real is rational, is indistinguishable from apologetics.

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Traditional philosophy's claim to totality, culminating in the thesis that the real is rational, is indistinguishable from apologetics.

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Traditional philosophy's claim to totality, culminating in the thesis that the real is rational, is indistinguishable from apologetics.

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Traditional philosophy's claim to totality, culminating in the thesis that the real is rational, is indistinguishable from apologetics.