The One and the Many: Revisioning Adorno’s Critique of Western Reason

  • Deborah Cook University of Windsor

Abstract

First published in Studies in Social and Political Thought 18, 2010.

Author Biography

Deborah Cook, University of Windsor
Deborah Cook is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Windsor. She has published more than thirty articles on Adorno along with several books including The Culture Industry Revisited (1996), Adorno, Habermas and the Search for a Rational Society (2004), and Adorno on Nature (2011). Currently she is completing The Critical Matrix, a book on Adorno and Foucault.

References

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Published
2017-05-09
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CookD. (2017). The One and the Many: Revisioning Adorno’s Critique of Western Reason. tudies in ocial and olitical hought, 26. https://doi.org/10.20919/sspt.26.2016.60
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