Theodor W. Adorno Quote

It suffices to remember how many sorrows he is spared who no longer thinks too many thoughts, how much more "in accordance with reality" a person behaves when he affirms that the real is the right, how much more capacity to use the machinery falls to the person who integrates himself with it uncomplainingly.


p. 286 - On the Fetish Character in Music and the Regression of Listening (1938)

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It suffices to remember how many sorrows he is spared who no longer thinks too many thoughts, how much more in accordance with reality a person...

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It suffices to remember how many sorrows he is spared who no longer thinks too many thoughts, how much more in accordance with reality a person...