Goodness is the deformation of good

“Goodness itself is the deformation of the good.” (Adorno, Minima Moralia) – Which pictures could illustrate or interpret such a sentence? A sword or an aircraft carrier? A judge or journalist? Like once the ancient Romans I’ve chosen the animal comparison, the photos were kindly sent by several photographers to my group BLOG IT – click on the pictures to enter their different galleries:
1
Midday Flop
title=”Midday Flop” by Carly & Art
2
Is it dinner time yet?
title=”Is it dinner time yet?” – photo by hello rach
3
Country danse
title=”Country danse” by domi1951
4
Burrowing Owl
title=”Burrowing Owl” by ausmc_1
related:
“Güte selber ist die Deformation des Guten.”
Adorno, Minima Moralia, Kap. 58 (1945) (Suhrkamp)
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“Minima Moralia” by the German philosopher
Theodor Wiesengrund Adorno:
http://www.amazon.com/Minima-Moralia-Theodor-Adorno/dp/1463610351/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1360133648&sr=1-2&keywords=minima+moralia+reflections+from+damaged+life

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