Karen Ng (Vanderbilt): Ideology Critique from Hegel and Marx to Critical Theory. Chris O’Kane (Portland State): The Phenomenology of the Anti-Spirit: Adorno’s Marxism and Critical Theory. Natalia Baeza (Florence): The Normativity of Negative Affects and Bodily Experience in Adorno. Ulrich Plass (Wesleyan): Refunctioning Alienation: Brecht and Adorno in Los Angeles. Robert Hassan (Melbourne): The Function of Time in Marcuse’s One-Dimensional World, and its Relevance in the Networked Society. From Logos, Arnold Farr on refusing Whitfield and rethinking Marcuse: 50 years after One Dimensional Man and other things (and more by Stephen Eric Bronner). Marcuse today: Fifty years later, One-Dimensional Man is more prescient than its author could have imagined. Matthias Riedl reviews Divine Violence: Walter Benjamin and
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