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Minima moralia : reflections from damaged life

Author: Theodor W Adorno; E F N Jephcott
Publisher: London ; New York : Verso, 1978.
Series: Verso edition
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A reflection on everyday existence in the "sphere of consumption of late Capitalism, " this work is Adorno's literary and philosophical masterpiece.
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Named Person: Theodor W Adorno; Theodor W Adorno
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Theodor W Adorno; E F N Jephcott
ISBN: 0902308580 9780902308589 0860917045 9780860917045
OCLC Number: 4138164
Language Note: Translated from the German.
Notes: Translation of Minima moralia: Reflexionen aus dem beschädigten Leben.
This translation originally published 1974 by NLB.
Description: 251 pages ; 21 cm.
Contents: 1944. For Marcel Proust --
Grassy seat --
Fish in water --
Final serenity --
How nice of you, Doctor --
Antithesis --
They, the people --
If knaves should tempt you --
Promise me this, my child --
Divided-united --
With all my worldly goods --
Inter pares --
Protection, help and counsel --
Le bourgeois revenant --
Le nouvel avare --
On the dialect of tact --
Propriety rights --
Refuge for the homeless --
Do not knock --
Struwwelpeter --
Articles may not be exchanged --
Baby with the bath-water --
Plurale tantum --
Tough baby --
To them shall no thoughts be turned --
English spoken --
On parle français --
Paysage --
Dwarf fruit --
Pro doma nostra --
Cat out of the bag --
Savages are not more noble --
Out of the firing-line --
Johnny-Head-in-Air --
Back to culture --
The health unto death --
This side of the pleasure principle --
Invitation to the dance --
Ego is Id --
Always speak of it, never think of it --
Inside and outside --
Freedom of thought --
Unfair intimidation --
For post-Socratics --
'How sickly seem all growing things' --
On the morality of thinking --
De gustibus et disputandum --
For Anatole France --
Morality and temporal sequence --
Gaps --
1945. Memento --
Where the stork brings babies from --
Folly of the wise --
The robbers --
May I be so bold? --
Genealogical research --
Excavation --
The truth about Hedda Gabler --
Since I set eyes on him --
A word fro morality --
Court of appeal --
Briefer expositions --
Death of immortality --
Morality and style --
Not half hungry --
Mélange --
Unmeasure for unmeasure --
People are looking at you --
Little folk --
Uninformed opinion --
Pseudomenos --
Second harvest --
Deviation --
Mammoth --
Chilly hospitality --
Gala dinner --
Auction --
Over the hills --
Intellectus sacrificium intellectus --
Diagnosis --
Great and small --
Keeping one's distance --
Vice-President --
Timetable --
Passing muster --
Little Hans - -Wrestling club --
Simple Simon --
Blackmail --
Institution for deaf-mutes --
Vandals --
Picture-book without pictures --
Intention and reproduction --
All the world's not a stage --
Damper and drum --
Palace of Janus --
Monad --
Bequest --
Gold assay --
Sur l'Eau --
1946-1947. Hothouse plant --
More haste, less speed --
Boy from the heath --
Golden Gate --
Expiry --
All the little flowers --
Ne cherchez plus mon coeur --
Princess Lizard --
L'Inutile Beauté --
Constanzas --
Philemon and Baucis --
Et dona derentes --
Spoilsport --
Heliotrope --
Coming clean --
Just hear, how bad he was --
Il servo padrone --
Downwards, ever downwards --
Model of virtue --
Rosenkavalier --
Requiem for Odette --
Monograms --
The bad comrade --
Puzzle-picture --
Olet --
I.Q. --
Wishful thinking --
Regressions --
Service to the customer --
Grey and grey --
Wold as grandmother --
Expensive reproduction --
COntribution to intellectual history --
Juvenal's error --
Sacrificial lamb --
Exhibitionist --
Small sorrows, great songs --
Who is who --
Addressee unknown --
Consecutio temporum --
La nuance/encor' --
By this does German song abide --
In nuce --
Magic flute --
Art-object --
Toy shop --
Novissimim Organum --
Knackery --
Don't exaggerate --
Late extra --
Theses against occultism --
Warning : not to be misused --
Finale.
Series Title: Verso edition
Other Titles: Minima moralia.
Responsibility: Theodor Adorno ; translated from the German by E.F.N. Jephcott.

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