By Comfort, Alex; Read, Herbert; Ward, Colin; Honeywell, Carissa; Read, Herbert; Ward, Colin; Comfort, Alex
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Read’s educational philosophy developed his emphasis on freedom as a condition of active and dynamic selfhood. Herbert Read: Anarchism and Modernity 33 Also developed in Read’s educational writing was the conceptual synthesis between individuality and sociability. This relied in part on his reading of Jung’s notions of archetypal symbolism and collective unconscious. Through this reading Read emphasized the correlation between the insights of the individual imagination and the awareness of shared experience.
R. Orage, nurtured Read’s approach. Read was also conscious of the British literary tradition of socialism. ’3 To this native tradition of socialism, which included John Ruskin, William 32 A BRITISH ANARCHIST TRADITION Morris and Oscar Wilde, Read added his modernism and his unequivocal anarchism, drawing on its innate suspicion of militarism, industrialization and mass production. To these influences he added Kropotkin’s emphasis on natural and spontaneous order. Specifically, the natural order described by Kropotkin in his works Mutual Aid, of 1902 and Ethics: Origin and Development, of 1924.
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A British anarchist tradition : Herbert Read, Alex Comfort and Colin Ward by Comfort, Alex; Read, Herbert; Ward, Colin; Honeywell, Carissa; Read, Herbert; Ward, Colin; Comfort, Alex