Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Art and science equality?

"In rough and naïve men, one conviction also predominates in their mores and even in their tastes: they are the best possible. In cultured people there reigns a certain tolerance in this respect: but one holds all the more rigorously to one's own criterion of Good and Evil: according to which one wants to have not only the most refined taste but also the only legitimate one. This is commonly reigning form of barbarism: that one doesn't even realize that morality is a matter of taste."

-Pierre Klossowski