Will works of the imagination ever regain the power they once had to challenge and mould society and the individual? This was the question posed by Edgar Wind's influential Reith Lectures delivered in 1960 and later expanded into his book Art and Anarchy. The book examines the various forces that have fashioned the modern view of the art, from mechanization and fear of intellect to connoisseurship and--perhaps the fundamental weakness of our age--the dispassionate acceptance of art. In the course of his discussion, Wind ...

Art and Anarchy 1988, Gerald Duckworth & Co Ltd, London

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Art and Anarchy 1985, Northwestern University Press

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Art and Anarchy 1985, Gerald Duckworth & Co Ltd, London

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