, Adorno’s previously unpublished 1964–1965 lectures at Frankfurt.
There are now several of these collections: in the 1960s, tape recorders were usually running when Adorno was speaking; and these lectures, addressed (from notes but without script) to undergraduates, are far more accessible than the self-consciously “difficult” writings addressed to fellow-adepts.
(Adorno here also gives his most straightforward evaluation of Kant.) Advanced students, too, will find this collection (more than any of Adorno’s other lecture collections) a thrilling read, because even improvising for undergraduates, Adorno’s thinking aloud produces a Niagara of insight and provocation that overloads the most diligent attention.
Anything else would also be appreciated - throw everything you can at me :) Thanks in advance, Mottenen (talk) , 4 January 2011 (UTC) I hope these suggestions can help you start the process of improving the article, but I believe that further help with the prose is essential.
Brianboulton (talk) , 6 January 2011 (UTC) Response Thank you very much for a fair review.
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