Doesn't this imply that TSE would have thought that a society based on the
common mans' politics and ethics would have been a superior society. I
don't think this was TSE's position.
McIntosh, NM, USA
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Date: Thursday, August 09, 2001 10:53 PM
Subject: Ethics, Aesthetics, and Modernists
>Not all of these values may be compatible with each other". He's
>I think, that Western ethics and Western aesthetics are, at some level,
>inherently incompatible. The improvement of Western ethics would cause the
>decline of Western aesthetics.
>-- Steve --