Adorno: A Critical Guide is an introduction to the key texts in Theodor Adorno’s vast oeuvre.
A critical guide to Adorno's books on Aesthetic Theory, The Culture Industry, Negative Dialectics and Philosophy of New Music. With sections on the Critique of Enlightenment, Anti-Semitism, The Consolations of Philosophy, Art as a Form of Freedom, Arnold Schoenberg, Theory and Practice, and Adorno and the Student Movement provide students with clear and understandable introductions to his ideas about philosophy, music and social criticism. It is intended as an invaluable resource for those studying this philosopher and a stimulus to further exploration.
About the author
Jennifer A. Rich is an Associate Professor in the Department of Writing Studies and Composition at Hofstra University. She offers courses in the rhetoric of feminism, the history of rhetoric, Women’s Studies and composition. She has published widely in the area of writing studies, rhetoric, critical theory, Shakespeare, and women’s studies. She is also the author of Introduction to Critical Theory and Modern Feminist Theory in the Humanities Insights Series.
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