Phrase-"It is self evident that that nothing concerning art is self evident anymore"
Adorno writes that, "It is self evident that that nothing concerning art is self evident anymore" (Adorno 1). This idea supports the notion that there is no concrete "thing" called art. Thus there is no "true" or "pure" art. Art is something that, like other readings have pointed out, has no concrete foundation. One cannot look at something and say, "that is not art" or "that follows the exact specifications of x form of art". Looking at art is a process of blindness that unifies what we see.