By Andrew Bowie
Theodor Adorno’s attractiveness as a cultural critic has been well-established for a while, yet his prestige as a thinker is still doubtful. In Adorno and the Ends of Philosophy Andrew Bowie seeks to set up what Adorno can give a contribution to philosophy this present day.
Adorno’s released texts are significantly tough and feature tended to prevent his reception via a large philosophical viewers. His major effect as a thinker whilst he used to be alive used to be, notwithstanding, usually according to his very lucid public lectures. Drawing on those lectures, either released and unpublished, Bowie argues that very important contemporary interpretations of Hegel, and similar advancements in pragmatism, echo key rules in Adorno’s proposal. while, Adorno’s insistence that philosophy should still make the Holocaust imperative to the overview of recent rationality indicates ways that those methods could be complemented via his preparedness to confront probably the most tense points of recent historical past. What emerges is a remarkably transparent and interesting re-interpretation of Adorno’s idea, in addition to an illuminating and unique overview of the nation of latest philosophy.
Adorno and the Ends of Philosophy might be essential to scholars of Adorno’s paintings in any respect degrees. This compelling publication can be set to ignite debate surrounding the reception of Adorno’s philosophy and convey him into the mainstream of philosophical debate at a time while the divisions among analytical and ecu philosophy are more and more breaking down.
“Bowie combines a tremendous variety of analyzing with a unprecedented energy of lucid exposition, and it really is challenging to work out how the duty of turning Adorno into an highbrow peacemaker might have been higher achieved.” —New Humanist
“Bowie’s publication is a hugely illuminating and insightful treatise at the philosophy of Theodor W. Adorno and on its serious power with recognize to a lot of latest philosophy. particularly Bowie indicates with Adorno why paintings is not only one of the attainable themes of attainable philosophical mirrored image, yet has a philosophical value of its personal that's missed in so much of up to date aesthetics.” —Albrecht Wellmer, unfastened college, Berlin, Adorno-Prize Winner 2006
“Bowie’s specified and unique remedy places Adorno in sharp concentration, whereas additionally supplying a synoptic view of the overall nation of latest philosophy. Bowie clarifies Adorno’s relation to the post-Kantian culture and engages sympathetically but severely with Adorno’s awesome venture. the result's enlightening and hugely engaging.” —Sebastian Gardner, college university London
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