Dialectic is the unswerving effort to conjoin reason’s critical consciousness of itself and the critical experience of objects.
—Theodor W. Adorno, Hegel: Three Studies
ALFRED COBBAN once offered a memorable judgment about political science that proved to be prescient: “A good deal of what is called political science, I must confess, seems to me a device, invented by academic persons, avoiding that dangerous subject politics, without achieving science.”...
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