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Review: Aesthetic Theory (Theory and History of Literature #88)

User Review  - Charles Rost - Goodreads

This is probably Adorno's most important work. I realize this is a decent translation into English. I liked the earlier one even better. I'm not sure it needed to be retranslated. Read full review

Review: Aesthetic Theory (Theory and History of Literature #88)

User Review  - Hevel Cava - Goodreads

Excellent work, superb analysis and great outcome! Read full review

Review: Aesthetic Theory (Theory and History of Literature #88)

User Review  - David - Goodreads

Adorno's style is headspinning. The insight is scatter-shot at first but sinks in later. In the current theoretical climate, though, there is some question whether his focus on self-contained aesthetic objects, or the categorical autonomy of art as art,will survive. Read full review

Review: Aesthetic Theory (Theory and History of Literature #88)

User Review  - Bernie - Goodreads

Very difficult book on philosophy and art. Hope to finish sometime in the next 10 years! Read full review

Review: Aesthetic Theory (Theory and History of Literature #88)

User Review  - Zach - Goodreads

Read this with Curtis White in a class of four. Best class I'll ever take. Read full review

Review: Aesthetic Theory (Theory and History of Literature #88)

User Review  - Rick - Goodreads

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Review: Aesthetic Theory (Theory and History of Literature #88)

User Review  - James - Goodreads

Beauty is a funnel-cloud, transporting itself in the shapes it assumes by its turbulent motion. Read full review

Review: Aesthetic Theory (Theory and History of Literature #88)

User Review  - Patrick Pritchett - Goodreads

"Late works are the catastrophes in the history of art, embodying radical discontinuity." Read full review


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