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Mulhern, F., Anderson, P. and Livingstone, R. (2007). Presentation IV. In Brecht, B. et al Aesthetics and Politics. Verso, pp. 142-150

(communism) The glorification of manual laborers, often in opposition to the leadership of labor or socialist movements

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Summary condemnation of the actual insurgency of the working-class was combined with ouvrierist exultation of its in-dwelling virtues

footnote 1, on Brecht

—p.142 by Francis Mulhern, Perry Anderson, Rodney Livingstone
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Summary condemnation of the actual insurgency of the working-class was combined with ouvrierist exultation of its in-dwelling virtues

footnote 1, on Brecht

—p.142 by Francis Mulhern, Perry Anderson, Rodney Livingstone
uncertain
2 years ago

eager or quick to argue or fight; aggressively defiant

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Brecht, bewildered and unnerved, reacted to this revolt of the masses with a mixture of truculent bluff and sentimental pathos in his private diaries.

—p.142 by Francis Mulhern, Perry Anderson, Rodney Livingstone
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Brecht, bewildered and unnerved, reacted to this revolt of the masses with a mixture of truculent bluff and sentimental pathos in his private diaries.

—p.142 by Francis Mulhern, Perry Anderson, Rodney Livingstone
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2 years ago

(adjective) marked by a tendency in favor of a particular point of view; biased

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Adorno's recourse to tendentious terms such as 'the people's community'

—p.145 by Francis Mulhern, Perry Anderson, Rodney Livingstone
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Adorno's recourse to tendentious terms such as 'the people's community'

—p.145 by Francis Mulhern, Perry Anderson, Rodney Livingstone
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(noun) an expression of real or pretended doubt or uncertainty especially for rhetorical effect / (noun) a logical impasse or contradiction / (noun) a radical contradiction in the import of a text or theory that is seen in deconstruction as inevitable

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Adorno was right to point to the epistemological aporia of realist aesthetic theory

—p.146 by Francis Mulhern, Perry Anderson, Rodney Livingstone
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Adorno was right to point to the epistemological aporia of realist aesthetic theory

—p.146 by Francis Mulhern, Perry Anderson, Rodney Livingstone
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(verb) to give a false impression of / (verb) to present an appearance not in agreement with / (verb) to show (something) to be false or wrong / (verb) to run counter to; contradict / (verb) disguise

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Brecht's disorientation before the revolt of the proletariat that belied (realized) his politics

—p.149 by Francis Mulhern, Perry Anderson, Rodney Livingstone
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Brecht's disorientation before the revolt of the proletariat that belied (realized) his politics

—p.149 by Francis Mulhern, Perry Anderson, Rodney Livingstone
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a Medieval Latin phrase meaning "the necessary changes having been made" or "once the necessary changes have been made"

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Adorno's essays were not so much a Marxist defence of modernism as the expression of a distinctively modernist Marxism: his positions were, mutatis mutandis, those of modernist ideology itself

—p.149 by Francis Mulhern, Perry Anderson, Rodney Livingstone
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Adorno's essays were not so much a Marxist defence of modernism as the expression of a distinctively modernist Marxism: his positions were, mutatis mutandis, those of modernist ideology itself

—p.149 by Francis Mulhern, Perry Anderson, Rodney Livingstone
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2 years ago