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Theodor Adorno

An emancipated society, on the other hand, would not be a unitary state, but the realization of universality in the reconciliation of differences.

History does not merely touch on language, but takes place in it.

Once the last trace of emotion has been eradicated, nothing remains of thought but absolute tautology.

Proletarian language is dictated by hunger. The poor chew words to fill their bellies.