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"the intellectual functions have to account for their every moment with a stop-watch" -- §82
Jakob Norberg: “Professor, Expert, Critic, Counselor: Adorno in West Germany.”
Caren Irr, “Living with Damage: Adorno in the Anthropocene"
Wyatt Sarafin: “Negative Dialectics, Negative Events: Aphoristic Knowledge in Minima Moralia and Cuban Counterpoint.”
Caleb Fridell: “Aphorism 147: The Organic Composition of Man and Capital.”
Eugene Sheppard, “Aphorism 68: ‘People Are Looking at You.’”
Lunch will be provided.
Andrea Cooper: “Adorno and a Post-Shoah Writing of Aphorism.”
Clinton Williamson: “‘The Whole of Life Must Look Like a Job’: Minima Moralia’s Mourning of the Utopian Function of Leisure.”
Oshrat Silberbusch: “‘Breathtaking leaps’ — or from Differenzen ums Kleinste to Differenzen ums Ganze.”
S. D. Chrostowska: “Gesture, Survival, Utopia.”