Theodor W. Adorno Quote

In the general tendency toward specialization, philosophy too has established itself as a specialized discipline, one purified of all specific content. In so doing, philosophy has denied its own constitutive concept: the intellectual freedom that does not obey the dictates of specialized knowledge.


p. 6 - Wozu noch Philosophie? [Why still philosophy?] (1963)

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