Theodor W. Adorno Quote

The conflicts that tear society apart resemble the distinction between the concept and the particular facts subordinated to it.... Whatever refuses to abide by the unity imposed by the principle of dominion manifests itself not as something indifferent to that principle, but as an infringement of logic: as a contradiction.


p. 169 - Lectures on Negative Dialectics (1965-66)

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The conflicts that tear society apart resemble the distinction between the concept and the particular facts subordinated to it.... Whatever refuses...

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The conflicts that tear society apart resemble the distinction between the concept and the particular facts subordinated to it.... Whatever refuses...

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The conflicts that tear society apart resemble the distinction between the concept and the particular facts subordinated to it.... Whatever refuses...

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The conflicts that tear society apart resemble the distinction between the concept and the particular facts subordinated to it.... Whatever refuses...