By R. Howells

A severe conception of Creativity argues Utopian force is aesthetically encoded in the language of shape. yet coupled with this chance comes a really human legal responsibility which can't be delegated to God, to nature or to industry forces. As Ernst Bloch declared: 'Life has been positioned into our hands.'

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