[lit-ideas] Re: Heil Heidegger?

I managed to write

The view that if an artist or politician (the common offenders) engages in wrongdoing his or her work is thereby diminished or tainted or made unfit for public display is widespread. It has a long history.

The view that if an artist or politician (the common offenders), engages in wrongdoing, then, in the case of the artist, his or her work is diminished, etc., and in the case of the politician, his or her accomplishments count for naught, is widespread.

(Politicians are not noted for displaying their work, except by extension, as in the case of Cheops.)

Robert Paul


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