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Art: For Whom and for What?
As the title suggests, we are here addressing the most fundamental questions: Who is man? What is art? What is the bond that unites man, nature and art? The argument at the heart of this book is that what should be common to all men and women-a natural affinity with the sacred that holds out the promise of spiritual experience in everyday life- is in fact made all but impo ...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published July 1st 2005 by Sophia Perennis et Universalis
(first published May 1st 1998)
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Brian Keeble, the founder and editor of Golgonooza Press in England, has come out with a book that proposes much more than a revolution in the arts. Keeble realizes that his critique of some of our society’s most basic assumptions is a shot in the dark: “On the face of it nothing could be more futile than to bring into question both the direction and the apparently unstoppable impetus of our modern technological society. It is, after all, this by now global process that has delivered a great man ...more