„Pragmatism, in trying to turn experimental physics into a prototype of all science and to model all spheres of intellectual life after the techniques of the laboratory, is the counterpart of modern industrialism, for which the factory is the prototype of human existence, and which models all branches of culture after production on the conveyor belt.“

—  Max Horkheimer, livro Eclipse of Reason, Eclipse of Reason (1947), p. 50.
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