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Subject: BHA: Adorno subject-object
Date: Thu, 10 Jul 2003 09:59:19 +0100


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Read it, his usual nice turn of phrase and abstruse construction. Can anyone clarify:

1) How he differentiates ontologies of the social and extra social in terms of subject-object
2) What 'The crude confrontation of subject and object in naive realism is indeed historically necessary and not removable by any act of will.' means?
3) ditto'societry is immamenent in experience'

Jamie

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Read it, his usual nice turn of phrase and abstruse construction. Can anyone clarify:
 
1) How he differentiates ontologies of the social and extra social in terms of subject-object
2) What 'The crude confrontation of subject and object in naive realism is indeed historically necessary and not removable by any act of will.' means?
3) ditto'societry is immamenent in experience'
 
Jamie
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