He elaborated: The class will also consider art in relation to questions of gender, class and race and discuss its involvement with Western capitalism. Arts relationship with climate change will also be a key theme. Incidentally, the course was extremely popular among students, a significant number of whom were disappointed and dissatisfied with this sudden change.
The issue is never the issue. The issue is always the revolution.
>>Arts relationship with climate change
When the ice age ended people moved out of caves
This kid is absolutely correct. Until I read his article, I had been unfamiliar with this Adorno guy (1950) and his testing for "authoritarian tendencies". This is how the inherently non-scientific strains of psychology and sociology can pretend to be scientific while making up utterly subjective tests that enable the practitioners to paint conservatism into racist and fascistic corners.
The wholesale buy-in by academia has brought us to the present hardcore ideological divide. Thanks a lot.
And all theoretically based on Marxism, arguably the most western philosophy of all. It wasn’t “indigenous pipples” who came up with dialectical materialism.
cultural equivalency is a myth/hoax to spread egalitarianism
“...once taught by authorities like Vincent Scully”
Thanks for this.
First it was to rewrite American history to demonize the South, Southerners and decentralized power. The 60s Leftists who engaged in the long march through the institutions starting in the late 60s really got going with this PC Revisionism by the 80s (See Howard Zinn, James McPherson, etc) and by the mid 90s it was almost impossible to hear any other version of history in Academia.
Now they’re moving on to demonize the Founding Fathers and indeed all of Western Civilization. We Southerners told y’all all along they were never going to stop at demonizing the South.....