Translation: Dennis Redmond (2005) Dialectic thought is an attempt to break through the coercion of logic by its own means. Imaginative excesses (unpublished piece intended for Minima Moralia). Kogawa, Tetsuo [1980-1] Adornos Strategy of Hibernation A critical explanation of Adornos remark: All culture after Auschwitz, including its urgent critique, is garbage. Lindsey, Jack  Adorno the Frankfurt School In: Lindsay, Jack  The Crisis in Marxism (Totowa, NJ: Barnes & Noble Books, 1981), Chapter 5, Adorno and the Frankfurt School, pp. A review of Adornos conception of the culture industry as it is found in three writings: On Popular Music (1941), Dialectic of Enlightenment (1944), and Culture Industry Reconsidered (1963).  The politics of health in the eighteenth century In: Foucault Studies, 18: 113-127.  History of Madness - editor Jeal Hhalfa London/New York: Routledge.
Kioupkiolis, Alexandros - Aristotle University, Greece  The agonistic turn of critical reason: Critique and freedom in Foucault and Castoriadis In: European Journal of Social Theory, 15(3): 385-402.
Olivier, Lawrence / Noël, Roger  Michel Foucault: problématique pour une histoire de lhomosexualité In: Revue sexuologique / Sexological Review 2(1).
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Hansen, Magnus Paulsen - Copenhagen Business School, Denmark  Non-normative critique: Foucault and pragmatic sociology as tactical re-politicization In: European Journal of Social Theory, 19(1): 127-145.
The collection of secondary literature about Fromm comprises papers previously published in the Yearbooks of the Erich Fromm Society or that were printed in the Fromm Forum. Garfinkel demonstrates why common understandings cannot possibly consist of a measured amount of shared agreement among persons on certain topics.