Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Unformed Expression

Many cannot conceive why form should be allowed to impede the expression of honest hearts.  The reason lies in one of the limitations imposed upon man: unformed expression is ever tending toward ignorance.  Good intention is primary, but it is not enough: that is the lesson of the experiment of romanticism.
Source: Richard Weaver, Ideas Have Consequences 1948

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