On Conservatism

Moralism and the Arts

By Ian Buruma ● Project Syndicate ● 02/06/2018


It is hard to imagine admiring art that espouses child abuse, racial hatred, or torture. But just as we should not condemn a work of art because of the artist’s private behavior, we should also be careful about applying norms of social respectability to artistic expression.

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