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3 39) can clearly be vindicated. And Adorno's aesthetic theory is also the best conceivable instrument for doing away with those misleading antinomies, formalism and realism, Van pour Van and litterature engagee which are nineteenth-century legacies. But if one takes literally the principal element in this theory according to which what is social in art can only derive from the determinate negation of a determinate society, a dilemma is created which Adorno himself described in these terms: "This does not mean, of course, that all positive and affirmative works of art-almost the entire store of traditional works —are to be swept away or eagerly defended by the excessively abstract argument that they also are critical and negative because they abruptly contrast with empirical reality.
Under its premises, the sum of affirmative works of art remains a vexation 16 D SKETCH OF A THEORY AND HISTORY OF AESTHETIC EXPERIENCE that cannot be entirely removed by whatever circuitous account might be devised to make these works part of the path of progress. The_history_o£art_cannot be reduced tothe common denominat orjal nfvarrvTry~fverT iC-aiongsHJt? ". This is so in part because negativity and positivity "ire not defined quantities in the social dialectic of art and society, and can even turn into their opposite since they are subject to a curious change of horizon in the historical process of reception.
This criticism makes clear that even religious art can never wholly guard against eliciting an aesthetic attitude that will be more encompassing than dogma allows. 2 It is only unwittingly and indirectly, of course, that this passage testifies to the fact that aesthetic interest can be more than ordinary curiosity, more than the mere gawking at the new, that it can be a new kind of seeing which functions as discovery. From the point of view of religious authority, aesthetic experience is always and necessarily suspected of refractoriness: where it is employed to bring to mind a suprasensible significance, it also perfects the sensuous appearance and creates the pleasure of a fulfilled present.
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