Corruption is like a ball of snow, once it's set a rolling it must increase.
- Charles Caleb Colton (1780-1832)
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Aristotle put poetry on a pedestal. Closer to truth through mimesis, through imitation. Pent-up emotions erupt, better to voice these concerns in the open. Art acts as a cleanse, resolving unresolved emotions. Appeasing the irrational already sounds like a shift in the direction of theology. Appeasing the gods or logic. In Aristotle we are in good hands, logic prevails. Imitations, however, not so much. Cathartic is the act of doing. Purging from proximity, the potential of pity or the thought of fear propels the person into purification. The counter-culture vultures circle overhead some years later. An ends to their own means. Hellenism was their bridge to the West. They never looked back. You can. Leaders led by pseudo-logic, supported by a leisure class and a class of Bohemia provides a function for all the individual forms to follow. Losing the loving pursuit of Truth or silencing academia disrupts the function of many forms.
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