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 D.F. Wallace: E Unibus Pluram

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PostSubject: D.F. Wallace: E Unibus Pluram   D.F. Wallace: E Unibus Pluram Icon_minitimeMon Feb 13, 2012 8:33 pm

This essay is a must read for any intelligent individual in modern western society. The focus is on television's effect on our milieu, especially in its ablative potential towards serious fiction and high art in general, or in other words the hegemony of commercial art over the populous and the endangered nature of all high art mediums due to audience decadence (though this is not to be read as a criticism but a diagnosis). I'm not sure how long this will be hosted, so read it while you can.

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