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Western scholarly traditions, he is best known for his radical Marxist dissections of contemporary Western societies built upon liberal/conservative capitalist foundations. Theodor Wiesengrund Adorno was born in Frankfurt to a wealthy German wine merchant of assimilated Jewish background. His mother, Maria CalvelliAdorno was Catholic and was also an accomplished singer-musician. His education was elitist; he studied music composition under Allan Berg and social philosophy with Siegfried Kracauer (Adorno 1992; Adorno and Tiedemann 1998, 2003).

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Adler, A. (1927). Understanding human nature. New York: Greenberg. , & Stein, H. (2005). Journal articles, 1931– 1937: Birth order and early memories, social interest and education, technique of treatment. Bellingham: The Classical Adlerian Translation Project. Adorno, T. W. ROBERT J. KELLY Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, NY, USA One of the most important and influential thinkers in the twentieth century, Theodor W. Adorno was an influential philosopher, psychologist, sociologist, and musicologist in Germany before and after World War II.

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