chapter  2
Art and moral education
ByChristopher Hamilton
Pages 19

In what way, if any, is a human life impoverished by the absence of serious contact with art? To ask the question is not to claim that one can answer it. But it is a question which presses itself on anyone who cares about art and wants to try to grasp what it is about art that leads him willingly to give up a great deal of his energy and time in engagement with it.