Adorno, Theodor (Wiesengrund)

(11 sep. 1903, Francfort del Meno, Alemania–6 ago. 1969, Visp, Suiza).

Filósofo alemán. Adorno emigró a Inglaterra en 1934 para escapar del nazismo. Vivió diez años en EE.UU. (1938–48) antes de volver a Francfort, donde enseñó y encabezó el Instituto de investigaciones sociales (ver escuela de Francfort). Debe su fama a sus libros y ensayos sobre filosofía, literatura, psicología, sociología y música (disciplina que estudió con Alban Berg). Para Adorno, la gran misión del arte, la música y la literatura modernos era mantener vivas las posibles alternativas sociales al capitalismo que ya no eran abordables por la filosofía y la teoría social. Sus obras incluyen Dialéctica del Iluminismo (1947; con Max Horkheimer), Minima Moralia (1951) y Notas de Literatura (4 tomos, 1958–74).

Enciclopedia Universal. 2012.

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