leading art-advertisers Sorry, the title of the question is wrong! Does the following sentence mean "The main message of Benjamin’s article was a call for art to become independent and for artists to make clear positions (not to be neutral) in the class struggles of the day"? p.s. At first, I had mistyped "neutral" that is corrected now ;) Sentence: The leitmotif of Benjamin’s essay was a clear call for art to shed its autonomy and for artists to take up a stance in the class struggles of the day.
Jun 25, 2019 10:58 AM
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Good paraphrase - just use 'neutral' instead of 'nutrient.'
June 25, 2019
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