Wasserman über „das Schwierige“ in der Defensive (2 von 2)

A culture filled with smooth and familiar consumptions produces in people rigid mental habits and stultified conceptions. They know what they know, and they expect to find it reinforced when they turn a page or click on a screen. Difficulty annoys them, and, having become accustomed to so much pabulum served up by a pandering and invertebrate media, they experience difficulty not just as “difficult,” but as insult.

Steve Wasserman: „In Defense of Difficulty„, Artikel vom 18. März 2015

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Wasserman über „das Schwierige“ in der Defensive (2 von 2)

Wasserman über „das Schwierige“ in der Defensive (1 von 2)

Once upon a time, the ideal of seriousness may not have been a common one, but it was acknowledged as one worth striving for. It didn’t have to do what it has to today, that is, fight for respect, legitimate itself before asserting itself.

Steve Wasserman: „In Defense of Difficulty„, Artikel vom 18. März 2015

Wasserman über „das Schwierige“ in der Defensive (1 von 2)