Closing this short series of essays on the concept of Natural Beauty in Adorno’s work, originally presented in London at Historical Materialism 2012, Jacob Bard-Rosenberg excavates aesthetic experience from its bourgeois and Kantian prison
The figure of the constrained gives happiness because the force of constraint must not be forgotten; its images are a memento.
– Theodor Adorno, Aesthetic Theory, 1969.
In the second contribution to a series of essays on the concept of Natural Beauty in Adorno’s work, originally presented in London at Historical Materialism 2012, Tom Allen relates bourgeois 'nature' to the founding violence of judgement
The Land that we have gone through as spies is a land that devours its inhabitants.
– Numbers: 13.32.
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