Politics and Aesthetics
AC A Chancer AD A Disaf fection AO An Old Pub Near the Angel B The Burn BH The Busconductor Hines GB Greyhound For Breakfast GT The Good Times HB Hardie and Baird & Other Plays HL How Late It Was, How Late II If It Is Your Life KS Kieron Smith, Boy NN Not Not While the Giro. TA Translated Accounts: A Novel YH You Have to be Careful in the Land of the Free The abundance of real suf fering tolerates no forgetting … Yet this suf fering, what Hegel called consciousness of adversity, also demands the continued existence of art while it prohibits it; it is now virtually in art alone that suf fering can still find its own voice, consolation, without immediately being betrayed by it. — Theodor Adorno No, rather than art should live this poor, thin life among a few excep- tional men, despising those beneath them for an ignorance for which they themselves are responsible, for a brutality that they will not strug- gle with – rather than this I would that the world should indeed sweep away all art for a while. — William Morris They don’t want libraries, give them a circus. — Lord Salisbury The only education is an education by truths. — Alain Badiou
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