More From Herbert Read
- "The assumption is that the right kind of society is an organic being not merely analogous to an organic being, but actually a living structure with appetites and digestions, instincts and passions, intelligence and reason."
- "I call religion a natural authority, but it has usually been conceived as a supernatural authority."
- "The point I am making is that in the more primitive forms of society the individual is merely a unit; in more developed forms of society he is an independent personality."
More In Attitude
- "At the time I perceived most religious men, particularly the pastors with all their talk about love, faith and relationship, as effeminate."― Luke Ford
- "I fell in love with Erica Kane the summer before my freshman year of high school. Like all red-blooded teen American boys, I’d come home from water polo practice and eat a box of Entenmann’s Pop’Ems donut holes in front of the TV while obsessively fawning over ‘All My Children’ and Erica, her clothes, and her narcissistic attitude."― Andy Cohen
- "To so enter into it in nature and art that the enjoyed meanings of life may become a part of living is the attitude of aesthetic appreciation."― George H. Mead