THREE GREY COLOURS: BENJAMIN, ADORNO, MARCUSE: AN ESSAY BETWEEN ART, SOCIETY AND CULTURE

José Aldo, Alexandre Reis, Rosa Alfredo Mechiço, Eduardo Barbosa Vergolino

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Abstract

Benjamin, Adorno and Marcuse wrote in the 30s, essays about the role of art, society and culture in the societies of the early 20th century. The main relationship that exists between them is that both are talking about three promises that were made to society, in which certain ideals that were followed and should have been completed were not completely successful, generating certain sequels in society. Thus, TROIS COULEURS GRIS, is an essay reread and rewritten that goes through all this trajectory, in an attempt to present a possible way out of the problems presented. Rethinking certain concepts, assuming the errors, and re-examining and repositioning them in a contemporary discussion. What is the meaning and the role of Technique for man in Societies through Art and Culture (Multinaturality)?
Original languagePortuguese
Title of host publicationA Estética do Conhecimento do Sertão Filosófico
PublisherEntre Trópicos Editora
ChapterFive
Pages171-189
Number of pages20
ISBN (Print)978-65-86982-05-3
Publication statusPublished - 2021

Keywords

  • Esthetics
  • Philosophy
  • Philosophy of education

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