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@Deleted User yes. The quality of art is able to meet the beauty of the reality.
That's a pretty powerful thought. Materialism lets you see the world for what it is, without superstitious perceptions, and the standard increases everywhere.
You could say that religion hijacked beauty.
@Deleted User materialism doesn't even care.
It just is
@Corset No, materialism doesn't care. But if our subjective reflects the objective, the quality of our products increase?
@Deleted User If you do things according to how they are?
I mean, you said that profit motive perverts quality, which makes art shitty. Which means, that socialism makes art better, by increasing quality.
@Deleted User yes.
Materialism makes everything its own
but also relative
When material conditions improve, because of Marxist thought, then so does the quality of art, which is reflected in the minds of artists as materialist thought.
@Deleted User not only
@Corset What do you mean, it makes everything relative?
@Deleted User matter is constant and relative
At the same time
@Corset Do Marxists only think like materialists?
@Deleted User yes, otherwise they are not Marxist
It is fundamental
I think I understand now. Making art is just apart of human life. It is perverts by profit motives and other falsehoods. But when the perversion is gone, humans are able to express themselves with better quality. They remove perversion with materialist thought. But art is not the aim. Materialist thought and Marxist thought just allows humans to express with better qualify, free from perverted motives.
@Corset So then, is art and music ultimately necessary?
nothing is ultimate, friend.
Matter is moving.
Change is flowing.
@Corset How much should revolutionaries indulge in music? Is it only to increase revolution?
And everything is ultimate at the same time.
Matter is a funny substance
Very prone to change
But always present
every fkin time
Ha. Thanks for your help.
How can be something that always is?
And always will be?
Sometimes objective comes too close subjective.