The Educational Potentialities of Artistic Creativeness
As late as the second half of the 19th century the conviction that art was a luxury which appeared against the setting of a high level of economic and technical development was still widespread. Today we know how significant artistic creativeness is in almost all human cultures known to us. There exist cultures which are more or less artistic. But, on the whole, in the life of so-called primitive peoples, until they had, not encountered modern civilization, art held a much more important position than among the peoples of contemporary Europe and, in particular, of the Europe of yesterday.
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