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Table of Contents
                            Cover
Title
Copyright
Dedication
Contents
Acknowledgements
Abbreviations
Chronology
One 
Adorno's life and philosophical motivations
	1. Life and philosophical development
	2. Fundamental commitments and philosophical style
	Further reading
Two
 Society
	1. The social totality
	2. Criticisms of Adorno's idea of totality
	3. Immanent critique of society
	Summary
	Further reading
Three
 Experience
	1. Reification and epistemology
	2. An Hegelian conception of experience
	3. Mediation
	4. Subject and object
	5. Identity and nonidentity
	Summary
	Further reading
Four
 Metaphysics
	1. Metaphysics and philosophy
	2. Against metaphysics
	3. A metaphysics of nonidentity
	Summary
	Further reading
Five
 Freedom and morality
	1. Freedom and the dialectic of Enlightenment
	2, Autonomy as ideology
	3. Autonomy as repression
	4. Autonomy as resistance
	5. Morality
	Summary
	Further reading
Six
 Aesthetics
	1. Mimesis
	2. Mimesis and the dialectic of Enlightenment
	3. Mimesis, imitation and aesthetic theory
	4. Kafka and the mimesis of reification
	5. Mimesis and aesthetic experience
	6. The rationality of mimesis
	7. The autonomy of art
	8. The culture industry and heteronomy
	9. Autonomous art as social criticism
	10. The autonomy of art and the possibility of aesthetic experience
	Summary
	Further reading
Seven<br/> Adorno's philosophical legacy
Glossary
Notes
Bibliography
Index
                        

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