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  1. Detlev Claussen (2011). Malentendu? Adorno: A History of Misunderstandings. Telos 2011 (155):7-20.
    ExcerptMisunderstandings are the medium for communicating the incommunicable. Theodor W. Adorno, “A Portrait of Walter Benjamin”You can hear the terror in the words. If you can't hear it, you cannot understand the words. The history of the critical response to Adorno can be read as a history of misunderstandings. “The whole is the false.”1 Who can understand this if he doesn't know Hegel's philosophy? Adorno formulated this aphorism in Minima Moralia in German even though he had been living in America (...)
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  2. Detlev Claussen (2008). Theodor W. Belknap Press of Harvard University Press.
    Instead of an overture : no heirs -- The house in Schöne Aussicht : a Frankfurt childhood around 1910 -- From Teddie Wiesengrund to Dr. Wiesengrund-Adorno -- Adorno as "non-identical" man -- Transitions -- Bertolt Brecht : "to those who come after us" -- Theodor W. Adorno : "out of the firing-line" -- Hanns Eisler, the non-identical brother -- Fritz Lang, the American friend -- Frankfurt transfer -- Adorno as "identical" man -- The palimpsest of life.
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  3. Detlev Claussen (2008). Theodor W. Adorno: One Last Genius. Harvard University Press.
    Looks at the life and career of the the German philosopher who is credited as the developer of critical theory.
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  4. Detlev Claussen (2005). Adorno and Fritz Lang. Telos 130:127.
     
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  5. Detlev Claussen (2005). TWA: The Friend From America. Telos 2005 (130):127-140.
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  6. Detlev Claussen (2004). The American Experience of the Critical Theorists. In John Abromeit & W. Mark Cobb (eds.), Herbert Marcuse: A Critical Reader. Routledge.
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