Deep innovation or mere eccentricity? The controversial writings of Vilhelm Slomann (1885-1962) for The Burlington Magazine.

To be accepted as a fully-fledged scholar one needs to comply with the standards of the community to which one belongs. As David Carrier has pointed out, academia contains various communities, each one with its own standards. [1] If scholars express ideas outside the standards of the community, they will be considered eccentrics but if … Continue reading Deep innovation or mere eccentricity? The controversial writings of Vilhelm Slomann (1885-1962) for The Burlington Magazine.

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