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Herbert Read was a maverick character in the cultural life of the twentieth century. A radical leader of the avant garde in the 1930s, and an anarchist revolutionary during the war years, by the time of his death in 1968 he had become a key figure at the heart of the British cultural establishment. To Hell with Culture offers readers an ideal overview of the ideas that mar ...more
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Published (first published January 1st 1963)
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I think he means that a radically democratic society is necessary so that ordinary people can work together to produce a material culture that doesn't suck. He kind of flips it, because usually the radically democratic society is the goal and art and education are ways to that goal but he has it all chicken-and-egged with education through art at the foundation of his edifice. Unfortunately, he builds on a lot of arguments from people like Sigmund Freud and Eric Gill, arguments that might have n ...more
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ماهما صورتا مشكلة البحث فى الثقافة ؟
ما هى أهداف بحث هربرت ريد ؟
ما هو المنهج الذى يرفضة هربرت ريد فى البحث فى مفهوم الثقافة ؟
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Sir Herbert Edward Read, DSO, MC was an English anarchist poet, and critic of literature and art.
Also published as Herbert Read.

He was the publisher and editor-in-chief of Jung's collected works in English.
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