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The first establishes the distinctiveness of the medieval dialectic of identity/difference by recovering a side of Nietzsche obscured by recent postmodern appropriations that reveals continuities not only with Hegel but with Plotinus, the first example of a specific dialectical process where difference emerges from repetition of the same.
Cole's key analysis here juxtaposes Nietzsche's description of the birth of the tragic artist with the Neoplatonic philosopher Plotinus's writings on the Intellectual Principle and the One to illustrate that both episodes revolve around an identity/ difference dialectic (6-8).
In other words, he meant an empty space in which dialectic movements take place.
Thus the author of Negative Dialectics is entitled to assert, that culture "perhorresces a stench, because it stinks" (Adorno 358-361), because, as he believes, culture bears the guilt of old Adam, that is the fault of absorbing the different--nature.
Mack points out that, from the beginning, Melancthon saw rhetoric and dialectic as mutually dependent.
1 The dialectic must "breathe" in the new century, he says, "by allowing for things which Karl Marx, frankly, had no opinion on.
Adorno notes that the formal problems within art reflect social contradictions, the dialectic of art reflecting the social dialectic: "Artworks are, a priori, socially culpable, and each one that deserves its name seeks to expiate this guilt" (1997, 234).
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As Lisabeth During summarizes, 'the interplay between 'abstract' and 'genuine' or concrete negation is the very dynamic of dialectic itself'.
In contradistinction, Hegel's use of the "double transition" (der gedoppelete Ubergang) in the dialectic of being and nothingness reveals how identity and difference are equiprimordial, and therefore, how difference is not subsumed in his ontological system.
Dominic Boyer's analysis of the dialectic within modern German culture begins with its author "tired, a little drunk, and mesmerized by the soft, pulsing, yellow lights of Autobahn 115.