But he who dies in despair has lived his whole life in vain.
Quote by Theodor Adorno
Theodor Adorno Quotes
Happiness is obsolete: uneconomic.
In many people it is already an impertinence to say 'I'.
The human is indissolubly linked with imitation: a human being only becomes human at all...
The recent past always presents itself as if destroyed by catastrophes.
The first and only principle of sexual ethics: the accuser is always in the wrong.
Dialectic thought is an attempt to break through the coercion of logic by its own...
Love is the power to see similarity in the dissimilar.
There is no love that is not an echo.
The good man is he who rules himself as he does his own property: his...
The specific is not exclusive: it lacks the aspiration to totality.
Because thought has by now been perverted into the solving of assigned problems, even what...
Once the last trace of emotion has been eradicated, nothing remains of thought but absolute...
He who has loved and who betrays love does harm not only to the image...
In his state of complete powerlessness the individual perceives the time he has left to...
He who integrates is lost.
He who has laughter on his side has no need of proof.
Exuberant health is always, as such, sickness also.
An emancipated society, on the other hand, would not be a unitary state, but the...
Work while you work, play while you play - this is a basic rule of...
If time is money, it seems moral to save time, above all one's own, and...