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The Substance of Ethical Recognition: Hegel's Antigone and the Irreplaceability of the Brother - Victoria I. Burke
Beyond Gnosticism and Magic - David Kaufmann
Art and the Politics of the Desert: German Exiles in California and the Biblical Bilderverbot - Michael A. Rosenthal
Adorno's Mimeograph: The Uses of Obsolescence in Minima Moralia - Joel Burges
Thought Woken by Memory: Adorno's Circuitous Path to Utopia - S. D. Chrostowska
Negativity (Dis)embodied: Philippe Lacoue-Labarthe and Theodor W. Adorno on Mimesis - Artemy Magun
Precautions against Fan(atic)s: A Reevaluation of Adorno's Uncompromising Philosophy of Popular Culture - James Hellings
Adorno on Kafka: Interpreting the Grimace on the Face of Truth - Roger Foster
Fritz Stern: An Interview on Günter Grass - Felicitas von Lovenberg
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