Critical Models combines into a single volume two of
Adorno's most important postwar works -- Interventions: Nine
Critical Models (1963) and Catchwords: Critical Models
II (1969). Written after his return to Germany in 1949, the
articles, essays, and radio talks included in this volume speak to
the pressing political, cultural, and philosophical concerns of the
postwar era. The pieces in Critical Models reflect the
intellectually provocative as well as the practical Adorno as he
addresses such issues as the dangers of ideological conformity, the
fragility of democracy, educational reform, the influence of
television and radio, and the aftermath of fascism.
This new edition includes an introduction by Lydia Goehr, a
renowned scholar in philosophy, aesthetic theory, and musicology.
Goehr illuminates Adorno's ideas as well as the intellectual,
historical, and critical contexts that shaped his postwar
Subjects: Philosophy, Sociology
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