Opinion Piece in LA Review of Books

Fire in BellyIs Censorship Proof of Art’s Political Power?” was just published in the Los Angeles Review of Books‘ “The Philosophical Salon.” A special thanks to Patricia Vieira and Michael Marder for their work curating this important platform.

Excerpt: “Does not the very existence of censorship prove, in reverse so to speak, that art is a sociopolitical force to be reckoned with? In other words, if censorship exists, isn’t it because aesthetics is perceived — at least by those in power — as a very real threat to the social and political order? […read more]”


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