The Idea of the Culture Industry

Juliane Rebentisch, Felix Trautmann
The Routledge Companion to the Frankfurt School

Add Remove

via Eloise Ackman on 2/29/2020, 7:01:40 PM

excerpt Yet the fact that those who give impulses to the masses are themselves dependent on the masses, at least partially conforming to their ordinary tastes in order to maintain their own extraordinary position, gives rise to the danger – emphasized by adorno and horkheimer in the Tocquevillian tradition – that anything incompatible with the taste of the masses will end up being marginalized. 21 on 2/29/2020, 7:50:06 PM

references Theodor W. Adorno on 2/29/2020, 7:50:27 PM

references Alexis de Tocqueville on 2/29/2020, 7:50:27 PM

references Dialectic of Enlightenment on 2/29/2020, 7:50:27 PM

cites Reflections on America on 3/2/2020, 1:59:45 AM

cites The Culture Industry Revisited on 3/2/2020, 2:17:10 AM

cites Culture Industry on 3/2/2020, 2:19:12 AM

cites Revisiting the Frankfurt School on 3/2/2020, 2:19:51 AM