The idealisatio…

The idealisation of bohemian artistic and intellectual life, and the dogma of its superiority over the bourgeois commercial life, that prevailed among Keynes’ Bloomsbury friends, and prevails still among artists and intellectuals, is a remarkably sturdy remnant of our feudal legacy. – unk.

Though it isn’t explicitly said, feudalism is built of classes, and the author seems to be implying that valuing the former makes us megalomaniacs. That is barbaric (get it?)

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About Cooper Katz McKim

I'm a jazz pianist, vegetarian, runner who goes to Tufts University. I'm partial to discussion of the environment and of economics.
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