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Suppose you learn that one of your favorite artists, musicians, or authors has done something horrible, such as committed murder, advocated genocide, or engaged in some other reprehensible act. How do you respond? Do you reject the art they have created, or accept it as an entity in itself? Some argue that we should appreciate and revere great works of art as the masterpieces they are regardless of who made them. But others argue that praising and embracing such works by people who have done or said evil things essentially legitimizes and affirms their terrible actions or ideas. Should we separate the art from the artist? Audio only.
Length: 52 minutes
Copyright date: ©2022
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