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  • 41 Adorno und die empirische Sozialforschung — Zur gegenwärtigen Stellung der empirischen Sozialforschung in Deutschland ist eine Rede Theodor W. Adornos aus dem Jahr 1952, in der er sich mit der Bedeutung dieser Forschungsmethode für die Kritische Theorie befasst. Diese Auseinandersetzung… …

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  • 42 Adorno, Theodor W. — (1903–1969)    Adorno was a key figure in the influential Marxist Frankfurt School, and wrote extensively on a variety of subjects, including several works widely considered to be classics in their fields. Born in Germany, Adorno studied at the… …

    Historical dictionary of Marxism

  • 43 Adorno, Theodor Wiesengrund — ▪ German philosopher and music critic born Sept. 11, 1903, Frankfurt am Main, Ger. died Aug. 6, 1969, Visp, Switz.       German philosopher who also wrote on sociology, psychology, and musicology.       Adorno obtained a degree in philosophy from …

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  • 44 Adorno Family — ▪ ruling family of Genoa       Genoese family prominent in the politics of that city s “popular” (democratic) dogeship (1339–1528), when the old aristocracy was exiled and new families seized power. Branches of the family became prominent in… …

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  • 45 Adorno, Theodor — (1903 1969)    social theorist and musicologist; a key associate of Frankfurt s Institut fur Sozialforschung. He was born in Frank furt, where his father was a Jewish wine merchant (born Wiesengrund, Theodor adopted his mother s maiden name,… …

    Historical dictionary of Weimar Republik

  • 46 Adorno family — The Adorno family was an illustrious patrician family in Genoa, Italy, of the Ghibelline party, several of whom were Doges of the republic. The first of these, Gabriele Adorno, is also the tenor role in Giuseppe Verdi s opera Simon Boccanegra.ee… …

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  • 47 Adorno, Theodor W. — (1903–1969) German sociologist and political thinker. Adorno was a leading member of the Frankfurt school, whose general stance he shared. His work belonged mainly to sociology, and was especially concerned with the contradictions and distortions …

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  • 48 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… …

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  • 49 Adorno, Theodor Wiesengrund — (1903–69)    German philosopher. Adorno was born in Frankfurt am Main. His father was a German Jew and his mother an Italian Catholic. He started his career teaching philosophy at the University of Frankfurt, but moved to England and subsequently …

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  • 50 adorno en forma de garra — m Adorno que asoma de la basa de una columna siguiendo la diagonal del plinto …

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  • 51 Adorno, Theodor (Wiesengrund) — born Sept. 11, 1903, Frankfurt am Main, Ger. died Aug. 6, 1969, Visp, Switz. German philosopher. He immigrated to England in 1934 to escape Nazism. He lived for 10 years in the U.S. (1938–48) before returning to Frankfurt, where he taught and… …

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  • 52 Adorno (música) — Un adorno musical es un sonido o grupo de sonidos que no forman parte de la estructura musical y que son introducidos en la melodía con un objetivo meramente expresivo u ornamental. Al principio, la incorporación de adornos se confiaba al… …

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  • 53 Adorno (música) — Los «adornos musicales» o signos, son recursos que pueden ser utilizados en las composiciones con el objeto de imprimirles a éstas expresión, ornamento, variedad, gracias o denadas vivaces(palabra italiana). Los adornos se indican con pequeñas… …

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  • 54 adorno de cintas — m Ornamento consistente en cintas plegadas, cruzadas y entrelazadas, que a menudo se combinan con foliaciones …

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  • 55 Adorno, Theodor Wiesengrund — (1903 69)    German philosopher and sociologist. He taught at the University of Frankfurt in 1931 and later lived in the US. In 1949 he returned to Germany, where he served as director of the Institute for Social Research in Frankfurt and… …

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  • 56 Adorno, Theodor — See Critical theory …

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  • 57 Adorno, Theodor — ► (1903 69) Filósofo, sociólogo y musicógrafo alemán. Su pensamiento representa una fuerte crítica de la sociedad occidental y de la filosofía hegeliana. Entre sus obras destacan Dialéctica de la Ilustración (1947), La personalidad autoritaria… …

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  • 58 Adorno, Theodor Wiesengrund — (1903 69) A leading member of the Frankfurt School of Social Research, who worked in America during the Second World War, returning to West Germany after the allied victory. He was a man of immense learning, and complex, often obscure and… …

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  • 59 Adorno, Luisa — pseud. di Mila Curradi (Pisa 1921 ) scrittrice …

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  • 60 Adorno, Luisa — pseud. di Mila, Stella …

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