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Adorno XIII 236
Individual/Hegel/Goethe/VsEpicurus/Adorno: there is no development of the I by the fact that the I cares for itself like a plant, and waters itself with water, but only by what Hegel and Goethe have described as a externalization. This does not mean, for example, that one abandons oneself in adaptation and makes onself equal to the world. Rather, one must expose that what one is oneself, the randomness of the suchness of one's own existence, the dialectic, with the non-ego.
Person/Hegel/Adorno: the person is, at the same time, the one of the world that one encounters, and it is formed only in the experience of this world. > Individual/Schopenhauer.

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