The Disposition of the Subject: Reading Adorno's Dialectic of Technology

Northwestern University Press (1998)
The unprecedented mass manipulation, mass death, and trauma of World War II created a heightened interest in technology and totalitarianism among European and American intellectuals. _The Disposition of the Subject _explores Theodor Adorno's attempt to hinder further atrocity through philosophical analysis of technology and of its contribution to totalitarianisms of various kinds: political, aesthetic, epistemological
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Call number B3199.A34.K73 1998
ISBN(s) 0810116332   9780810116344
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