Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Morse Peckham

Who else reads him?

 Man’s Rage for Chaos: Behavior and Art (1965)


“An ideology is always out of phase with the situation in which it is employed, for an ideology has always
emerged as a response to a preceding situation, the attributes of which are different from the current situation.”   


















Art and Pornography (1971)

He's saying that a society needs trivial areas for policing--like pornography--to establish its power over the rest of the structure.

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