Let’s Save Great Ideas from the Ideas Industry

Guernica doesn’t offer any solutions to the problem of human suffering: it asks us to do something more vital, and more worthy: to reflect on, consider, and perhaps so gain a truer intimacy with the problem of war, violence, atrocity, and its permanence throughout history. Picasso would never have been invited to deliver a TED talk about Guernica because it offers no quick, easy, palatable solution. Instead, it offers the precise opposite: a hard, unflinching, uncompromising portrait of grief.

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