Adorno permits that our everyday use of frequent sense or different data-formations entails identification. In Negative Dialectics, Adorno (1973, 149) argues that although thought relies on id as a way to make sense of the world, it want not do so and must not be restricted to that position. In an effort to wrestle for a greater world, we need to assume "the world from that which does not match, from those who don't fit, those who're negated and suppressed, those whose insubordination and rebelliousness break the bounds of id, from us who exist in-and-towards-and-beyond capital" (15; emphasis in Holloway). Negative dialectics, Adorno argues, is a type of thought wanted in a incorrect world, a flawed world stuffed with suffering and oppression (Holloway 2009, 8). Negative dialectics is the mode of thinking that fits the antagonistic character of capitalist society and aims at overcoming it. Though the scattering of references to the physique in Adorno's writing don't kind a unified theory of embodiment, he repeatedly brings the physique into his analysis, insofar as he assumes that any resistance to the sufferings imposed by forms of capitalist domination will necessarily be embodied. Instead of starting with the body, Adorno approaches embodiment by adverse dialectics and constellations with a view to keep away from presenting the simplified body with which identity logic supplies us.

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