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«o «c «<□ Function of Art Citizens have been telling artists what to do at least
since Plato's day (see above, p. 205), and artists have responded variously,
sometimes with a sublime incoherence but occasionally with that resonant
authority that ...
Those who work in an affected style, deliberately turning their backs on nature,
are in error — an artist must recognize that when he uses his reason his picture is
an artifice and that when he paints he must feel that he is copying nature — and ...
ALBERT CAMUS <«- WHAT CAN THE ARTIST DO IN THE WORLD OF TODAY?
At least two interviews with Camus have been translated into English under the
title The Artist and His Time. We present below a section of the 1953 interview ...
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THE NECESSITY FOR THINKING
John Henry Newman
THE RIGHT USE OF LANGUAGE
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