No Object is Wholly Known - Deepstash

No Object is Wholly Known

Knowledge is not supposed to prepare the phantasm of a whole. Thus, the goal of a philosophical interpretation of works of art cannot be their identification with the concept, their absorption in the concept; yet it is through such interpretation that the truth of the work unfolds.

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Negative Dialectics (Theodor W. Adorno, 1973)

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